Panama Papers law firm unable to identify 75% of its clients
A leak of 1.2 million new documents shows that Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers scandal, could not identify the owners of up to three quarters of the companies it administered.
Cayman Islands bids to alter constitution after UK ‘overreaches’
The Cayman Islands Government has entered into dialogue with the UK to change parts of its constitution, as it looks to prevent Britain being able to legislate and impose its will on the jurisdiction.
EU grey list must not let tax havens ‘off the hook’
Oxfam has warned that the EU grey list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes should not be treated as a way of letting tax havens “off the hook”, as those named try to get to grips with the implications of their inclusion.