Poon – Mo Yiu is on The Paradise Papers Tax Evasion List

Poon – Mo Yiu is on The Paradise Papers Tax Evasion List

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The Paradise Papers is a set of 13.4 million confidential electronic documents relating to offshore investments that were leaked to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung. The Hacking Team is now sharing on Google.com, for all to see .

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The Paradise documents originate from the offshore law firm Appleby, the corporate services providers Estera and Asiaciti Trust, and business registries in 19 tax jurisdictions. They contain the names of more than 120,000 people and companies.

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The public will get a glimpse at the tens of thousands of names — including those of more than 3,000 Canadians and Canadian companies — in the Paradise Papers. Key information from the huge leak of tax-free financial records, including the names of offshore companies and the people behind them.

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What is Appleby?

A law firm that helps corporations, financial institutions and high-net-worth individuals set up and register companies in offshore jurisdictions.
Founded in Bermuda and with a history dating back to the 1890s, it has become one of the largest and best known of about 10 major companies involved in the specialist arena. The leak shows the US dominates Appleby’s client register, with more than 31,000 US addresses for clients. There were more than 14,000 UK addresses and 12,000 in Bermuda.

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Why is it in the public interest?

The media partners say the investigation is in the public interest because data leaks from the world of offshore have repeatedly exposed wrongdoing. The leaks have led to hundreds of investigations worldwide, resulting in politicians, ministers and even prime ministers being forced from office.

More than 100 UK millionaires have been identified as tax dodgers after hiding their wealth using offshore schemes.

Documents in the Paradise Papers leak show the identities of taxpayers who moved assets worth tens of millions of pounds into companies in Mauritius.

The tax avoidance schemes involve them claiming to no longer own property, cash and investments in order to keep their fortunes out of reach of HMRC.

It appears many of them use the companies like personal bank accounts.

This allows them to continue to enjoy the benefit of their hidden riches.

But this ends today . Everything will be investigated and will be published online and will appear on top of the Google search results of the person or company involved . “We think this is the kind of basic information that should be made available to people around the world,”

The hope is that public scrutiny of the material will turn up tips about possible tax shenanigans or corruption and shed more light on the often murky world of offshore finance.

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The Paradise Papers leak has shone more light on secret companies used by the wealthy to avoid tax and launder corrupt wealth, says Steve Goodrich of Transparency International.

Late in October, global financial advisory firm Appleby posted a curious statement on its website, stating it had been contacted by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) regarding a massive data leak from its offices. The strength of the statement, robustly denying any wrongdoing, and the mention of the consortium showed something big was afoot. A year earlier, the ICIJ had coordinated the biggest ever exposé of the secretive offshore finance industry – the Panama Papers – which toppled governments, kick-started criminal investigations and led to global outcry.

On Sunday 5 November, 95 ICIJ media partners worldwide exposed their revelations. They called them the Paradise Papers.

The Paradise Papers are 13.4 million files leaked from two firms that provide professional financial and corporate services to global elites. The companies worked with a global network of accountants, lawyers and bankers to help manage and hide eye-watering amounts of money from tax collectors and law enforcement agencies.

Many of these complex networks are based in Britain’s overseas territories and crown dependencies. Alongside low tax, they provide secrecy through “anonymous” companies – entities with no public record or trace. The disclosures have brought the real owners of these companies out of the shadows.

Many of the Paradise Papers concern the legal but ethically questionable practice of tax avoidance, which has cost tens if not hundreds of millions of pounds to national budgets around the world. The stories also highlight an even more sinister, illicit practice.

Opacity provided by anonymous companies is widely used to help launder the proceeds of corruption – money stolen from public funds, taken in bribes or made from dodgy business deals. Our research has found they have been particularly useful for laundering billions of pounds of corrupt wealth into UK property, and providing cover to those moving tens of billions of pounds in illicit funds around the world.

They are also a great way to hide blatant conflicts of interest, which are often banned to prevent the misuse of public office.

The UK has been taking steps to address its role in facilitating global corruption. Last year, it introduced corporate reporting requirements so people can see who controls firms registered here. It also brought in powers to make it easier to seize corrupt money coming into the UK. Prime minister Theresa May has said the government is exploring how to keep corrupt wealth out of the UK. However, the opacity provided by overseas territories and crown dependencies continues to undermine global efforts to tackle global flows in illicit wealth and block attempts to uncover wrongdoing.

We propose three measures to be implemented with haste:

⦁ Introduce transparency over anonymous companies owning UK properties: lifting the veil of secrecy is key to identifying illicit wealth. The government has promised to bring in legislation on this before April 2018, but there’s no sign of it yet.
⦁ Work with the overseas territories and crown dependencies to open up their corporate registries: until the beneficial owners of companies based in these jurisdictions are made public, they have a reputation as dodgy offshore havens for corrupt individuals.
⦁ Publish and implement an anti-corruption strategy: the government was due to publish this by the end of 2016, so it’s long overdue. This is integral to ensuring the UK takes a coordinated, effective approach to tackling global corruption.

If anything can be learnt from the Paradise Papers, it’s that doing nothing will only lead to more leaks, more scandal and more embarrassment. And, as the UK renegotiates its relationship with the world, this is the last thing it needs.

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