Paradise Papers: Biggest data leak reveals trails of India’s corporates in global secret tax havens
The Paradise Papers is the fourth collaborative investigation into offshore and banking assets done by The Indian Express with the ICIJ. Among the 180 countries represented in the data, India ranks 19th in terms of the number of names. In all, there are 714 Indians in the tally.
Written by Ritu Sarin , Jay Mazoomdaar , Sandeep Singh | New Delhi | Updated: November 6, 2017 5:20 pm
This cache of 13.4 million documents named “Paradise Papers” tumbled out 18 months after Panama Papers: both sets of data were obtained by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and were investigated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) working in partnership with 96 news organisations
By Ritu Sarin , Jay Mazoomdaar , Sandeep Singh, Shyamlal Yadav, P Vaidyanathan Iyer
Two days before the Government observes “Anti-Black Money Day” to mark the first anniversary of demonetisation, comes the largest ever leak of financial data. Of two firms Bermuda’s Appleby and Singapore’s Asiaciti with 19 tax havens across the world which help the global rich and powerful, including from India, to move their money abroad.
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