Panama Papers spur global tax tightening as second leak names more people, companies

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Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca has become synonymous with rich-getting-richer schemes by using often-illegal tax havens in less-regulated parts of the world.

OTTAWA — Details are still being sifted from the hugely anticipated second global data leak that names people, companies and tax schemes connected to offshore entities — many with familiar names.

Legal or otherwise, the new cache of thousands of financial dealings released Monday from the Panama Papers include information on more than 200,000 investment vehicles from law firm Mossack Fonseca, including the names of 625 Canadians.

Canada’s tax authority has had access to the data in Monday’s Panama Papers “since last week,” said Chloe Luciani-Girouard, a spokeswoman for the revenue minister.

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