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Posts Tagged: Paradise Papers

Do offshore corporate record leaks violate human rights? 

Leaks of offshore corporate records have gained enormous popularity and continue to grow in scope and scale. The Pandora Papers, Paradise Papers, Bahamas Leaks, and Panama Papers have triggered investigations into kleptocrats, oligarchs, and public officials who failed to disclose their assets.… Continue Reading

Five takeaways from the Luanda Leaks

In 2013, National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden leaked a large volume of highly classified information to investigative journalists, inspiring a new generation of whistleblowers. Since then, we’ve all been given access to the Panama and Paradise Papers.… Continue Reading

Martin Kenney: UK rejects open public register of beneficial owners

I have decided to don my tin hat and stick my head above the parapets again. Why? Because for once common sense has prevailed and the anti-1% brigade have lost their argument for an open Public Register of Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs) in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and her sister islands in the Caribbean.… Continue Reading

How disagreements bring us together

The opposite of agreement isn’t disagreement, it’s confusion. Until we fully understand what the other person is talking about, we can’t join them in a discussion about it. Without a discussion, we can’t really know if we agree or disagree.… Continue Reading