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This week we will be joined by Tom Keatinge, director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute, to discuss the recent leak of some 12m documents.
The rich and powerful continue to evade and avoid tax despite progress in recent years
Report by media consortium outlines how the wealthy use tax havens to move and store money
Executives at IHAG and consultancy for super-rich accused of helping to hide $60m through offshore scheme
Mark Gyetvay indicted on tax charges connected to $93m in offshore accounts
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UK tax authority defends agreeing US group to pay $112m deferred charge over case
‘Nudge’ letters sent to hundreds of people that UK revenue agency thinks might have underpaid
US bank reaches agreement without admitting guilt after allegedly helping executives at Wendel avoid tax
Few rich people are outspoken advocates of paying tax
Buyout giant to inherit strains with charity landlords after purchasing property portfolio from AIG
Digital push to reduce tax evasion raises questions on confidentiality
Tax authority will extend trawl of transaction flows to boost efficiency — and hunt for evaders
Authority finds no evidence that the wealthy used FICs for tax avoidance
Tax evasion charges were latest chapter of cyber security pioneer’s scandal-plagued life
TV host and doctor among those hit as country intensifies crackdown on digital currencies
Supply teachers and agency nurses among those put into umbrella company schemes
White House describes disclosure as ‘illegal’ while calling on wealthy to pay ‘fair share’
Chancellor’s claim of accord being a ‘huge prize for British taxpayers’ will depend on how details are ironed out
EU countries are expected to quarrel over the allocation of taxing rights
Brussels hails long-delayed rules as breakthrough in cracking down on corporate avoidance
ECB rings alarm on failing companies propped during the pandemic
Rival UN effort targeting tech companies risks leading to a stand-off with OECD
UK authority claims TV presenter and former England footballer owes income tax and national insurance
Judge rules that Copenhagen cannot pursue case linked to dividend scandal in English courts