Accuity: The Panama Papers First Anniversary - Have We Increased Transparency and Reduced Corruption?

As we approach the first anniversary of the Panama Papers scandal that broke around the world on 3rd April 2016[1], it is useful to reflect on the impact this scandal has had in improving transparency and reducing corruption.  The scale of the leaked data was massive, including 11.5 million records with details on more than 214,000 offshore entities in more than 200 countries and territories[2] . The size of the leak continues to be the largest, dwarfing the recent Wikileaks revelations.  At

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