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Mossack Fonseca to close offices in Jersey, Gibraltar and Isle of Man

Source: The Guardian (from Agence France-Presse, Saturday 28 May 2016 04.30 BST)

The announcement came nearly eight weeks after the first reports about the Panama Papers emerged, divulging details taken from nearly four decades of records from Mossack Fonseca’s computer archives. 54 more words


@PikettyLeMonde pension fund socialism has finished taking over #capitalism #Piketty

America’s frightening oligarchy: #Piketty on growing inequality and how right-wing billionaires benefit https://t.co/YkJ9W9202U via @Salon

— Macat (@macat_edu) April 26, 2016

Peter Drucker first pointed out in the 70s that the retirement savings of ordinary workers will end up opening the majority of public listed companies.

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Economic History

The Offshore Game: More like The Off Target Game

The Offshore Game and their bias against Rangers

We have seen recently The Offshore Game’s George Turner attempt to blacken the name of Rangers FC with their blog not a report on their website. 972 more words

Financial Integrity

Foreign Trusts: Hong Kong and Gibraltar

There is a branch of a trust company that operates from a house in Remuera, Auckland. It is a registered office for such international firms as Zetland Fiduciary Group (Hong Kong),the Fiduciary Trust Group (Gibraltar), and the Astus Trust Group (Hong Kong). 759 more words

Tax Havens

European Parliament Issues Report on Role of United States as Tax Haven

This week’s blog post is written by Corney Versteden, Tax Partner with HLB Van Daal & Partners.

The Greens/European Free Alliance in the European Parliament (Greens/EFA) recently released a report titled “The Role of the U.S. 186 more words


Huge corporate welfare and starving public services to death

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,444

Wednesday 25 May 2016.

Dear Mr Cameron,

Our NHS is a not for profit organisation, although it does increasingly generate income from private health care, however, any funding crisis in our NHS is not because of failure in its diligence (ask any of the private patients who gladly use it), it is due to being starved of funds. 431 more words

Keith Lindsay-Cameron

The Great Swiss Bank Heist

Patrick Radden Keefe reports for The New Yorker:

A few days before Christmas in 2008, Hervé Falciani was in a meeting at his office, in Geneva, when a team of police officers arrived to arrest him. 463 more words

Financial Crisis