Panama Papers

End of an offshore era? Panama signs tax transparency treaty

Panama signed an international convention for tax transparency Thursday, agreeing to work with other countries against tax fraud and money laundering, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and...

Danish tax authority pays source for names mentioned in Panama Papers

Denmark will pay an anonymous source for information about hundreds of Danish nationals mentioned in a data leak from a Panama-based law firm linked to tax-dodging schemes, the Danish minister of...

Iceland president says Panama Papers leak won't affect re-election

Iceland's president said Saturday his plans to run for a new term in office were not affected by reports that his parents-in-law had a company in a Caribbean tax haven.

Edward Snowden: Panama whistleblower's manifesto is essential reading

US whistleblower Edward Snowden described the manifesto of the source of the Panama Papers leak as essential reading, ahead of the online release of more data expected Monday.

Report: In-laws of Iceland's president linked to Panama Papers leak

Iceland's president faces potential questions in his re-election campaign over reports Tuesday that his parents-in-law had a company in a Caribbean tax haven.

Malta parliament debates no-confidence vote over Panama Papers leaks

Malta's parliament was on Monday debating a motion of no confidence in the government over Prime Minister Joseph Muscat's failure to sack a minister and his chief of staff, who are implicated in...

Putin: Panama Papers financial data leak had US sponsors

The massive Panama Papers financial data leak had US sponsors, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.

OECD tax chiefs meet to discuss Panama Papers scandal

The heads of tax authorities from 46 countries were to meet in Paris to discuss a joint response to the Panama Papers on Wednesday, one day after authorities raided the headquarters of the law...

EU wants corporates to reveal tax haven activities after Panama leaks

Large multinational firms should publish detailed information on any profits and taxes registered in tax havens, under a proposal unveiled by the European Union's executive on Tuesday that drew...

Panama's president calls tax evasion a global problem

Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela has slammed the singling out of his country for the various tax dodging schemes revealed in the massive data breach known as the Panama Papers.

Infantino criticizes Panama Papers TV deal reports as "disgrace"

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has described reporting over a TV contract which emerged in the leaked Panama Papers affair as a "disgrace."

Britain to "tighten the screw" on tax evasion after Panama leaks

Britain promised to "tighten the screw" against tax evasion on Monday by investigating British use of tax havens revealed in the Panama Papers and introducing tougher legal framework.

Thousands march to demand Maltese premier resign after Panama Papers

Thousands of people took to the streets in Malta on Sunday, calling on the prime minister to resign in the wake of the Panama Papers data leak that implicated two senior members of government. ...

Iceland government survives no-confidence vote after Panama Papers

Iceland's centre-right government survived a no-confidence vote late Friday, the day after the prime minister resigned in the wake of a major data leak that sparked widespread condemnation of his...

Iceland lawmakers debate no-confidence motion after Panama Papers

Iceland's opposition demanded immediate elections to restore trust in the political system as lawmakers on Friday debated a no-confidence motion after the Panama Papers leak.