US charges four men tied to money laundering and tax evasion schemes at Panama Papers firm; Ramses Owens still at large
The four were affiliated with Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers storm in 2016. Named in the 11-count indictment were Ramses Owens, 50, Dirk Brauer, 54; Richard Gaffey, and Harald Joachim Von Der Goltz, 81.
Mossack Fonseca, law firm at centre of 'Panama Papers' scandal, to shut operations; rues negative press, 'unwarranted' action
The law firm at the heart of the "Panama Papers" global tax evasion scandal that brought down two world leaders announced, on Wednesday, that it would shut down operations, citing negative press and what it called unwarranted action by authorities.
Panama papers verdict: Lahore court issues notice to Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi for making anti-judiciary speech
A Pakistani court has issued a notice to Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi for allegedly making an anti-judiciary speech in which he termed the Panama papers verdict a "piece of trash"
Son of slain Panama Papers journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia accuses Maltese PM of being 'complicit' in her killing
The son of a slain Maltese journalist on Tuesday described finding his mother's body in pieces after a car bombing and accused Prime Minister Joseph Muscat of being "complicit" in her grisly killing.
Panamagate: Govt probing every account mentioned, won't handle situation like Pakistan, says Arun Jaitley
Referring to the Panama papers leak, Arun Jaitley said "every account" in it is being investigated.
In the past six months, more than 570 requests for information have been sent to 32 countries.
Panama Papers scandal: SC verdict on Nawaz Sharif's involvement imminent, a look at his other legal woes
It's been a year since the Panama Papers burst on the scene. The scandal has rocked governments, exposed high-profile personalities triggered scores of investigations around the world. Among other exposed to scrutiny include the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Giving case-wise details, it said the Indian tax authorities in February 2015 had issued a summons and request for information to an HSBC company in India.
The two main partners of Mossack Fonseca, the Panamanian law firm at the centre of the so-called 'Panama papers' scandal, were arrested on Friday, a media report said.
With developing countries losing over $1 trillion to illicit financial flows a year, and $7.6 trillion of the world’s assets being held in offshore secrecy jurisdictions, it becomes crucial to close legal loopholes that allow anonymous companies to exist
The law firm at the center of the "Panama Papers" scandal said Thursday it expected the prosecution of a worker from its Geneva office detained on suspicion of stealing company documents.
The suspect was detained on suspicion of removing a large haul of confidential documents from Mossack Fonseca, the firm at the centre of Panama Papers.
China will push anti-corruption cooperation when it hosts this year's G20 summit, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday, after it suspended an international anti-corruption task force because domestic companies declined to participate.
Panama has officially signed on to comply with OECD standards on exchanging tax information, a move that comes more than a month after the Panama Papers data leak.
Panama on Monday said it is in talks with India for putting in place a bilateral tax information exchange agreement, amid furore over hundreds of names of Indians figuring in the 'Panama Papers'.
The database reveals names of individuals and companies behind the anonymous shell firms, the ICIJ said on Monday
The ICIJ has published a massive trove of 'Panama Papers' information on detailed offshore holding of companies in various tax haven nations including thousands of documents related to India linking close to 2,000 individuals, entities and addresses from the country.
The papers are being analysed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and are being released online in batches.
Cash-strapped Sri Lanka announced on Sunday it was setting up a special panel to chase after nationals likely to figure in the "Panama Papers," a trove of leaked documents on global tax evasion.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) on Tuesday announced plans to release online an enormous database of the documents included in Panama Papers on 9 May, thereby revealing individuals named in the data who have so far escaped public scrutiny.