Friday, December 3, 2021

Pandora Papers

Ecuador president refuses to testify over Pandora Papers leaks

The leaks claims Lasso controlled 14 offshore companies, mostly in Panama, and closed them after former leftist president Rafael Correa barred presidential hopefuls from owning firms in tax havens.

MACC asks Anwar for details on Pandora Papers issue

The anti-graft agency says it will work with Bank Negara and other relevant agencies to investigate.

Dewan Rakyat maintains decision to reject motion on Pandora Papers debate

Speaker Azhar Harun says the motion brought by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was incomplete.

Dewan Rakyat rejects motion to debate Pandora Papers

Speaker Azhar Harun says it is an important matter but does not need to be expedited at the expense of other issues in the order paper.

Laporan: Beberapa firma terlibat skandal di Rusia, India main peranan dalam penyelewengan 1MDB

Kaitan antara 1MDB dan beberapa skandal berprofil tinggi di Rusia ditemui melalui beberapa dokumen melibatkan Aleman, Cordero, Galindo & Lee (Algocal), sebuah firma perundangan Panama.

Report: Firms involved in Russian, Indian financial sleaze had a part in 1MDB theft

The link was reportedly discovered through documents involving Aleman, Cordero, Galindo & Lee, a Panama law firm heavily implicated in the so-called Pandora Papers.

Zahid Hamidi, William Leong antara nama terkenal dalam pendedahan ‘kekayaan di luar pesisir’

Mereka adalah antara 300 ahli politik di seluruh dunia yang muncul dalam 11 juta dokumen mengandungi butiran aset yang disimpan di negara luar pesisir.

Umno’s Zahid, PKR’s Leong among familiar names in offshore ‘wealth leak’

They are among more than 300 politicians worldwide whose names have surfaced amid 11 million documents containing the details of assets parked in offshore tax havens.

‘Pandora Papers’ dedah harta luar pesisir pemimpin negara, selebriti

Laporan tersebut didedahkan menerusi analisis terhadap hampir 12 juta fail yang dimiliki 14 firma kewangan di serata dunia.

‘Pandora Papers’ expose leaders’ offshore millions

Some 35 current and former leaders are featured in the latest vast trove of documents analysed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, facing allegations ranging from corruption to money laundering and global tax avoidance.

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