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List of people and organisations named in the Paradise Papers

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Countries with politicians, public officials or close associates implicated in the leak on 5 November 2017

This is a list of people and organisations named in the Paradise Papers as connected to offshore companies.[1] International Consortium of Investigative Journalists had stated in their politicians database as disclaimer, that "There are legitimate uses for offshore companies and trusts. We do not intend to suggest or imply that any people, companies or other entities included in the ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database have broken the law or otherwise acted improperly. "

Contents

Government officialsEdit

Current or former heads of state or government of their country as defined by their political position at the time of announcement, not whether the documents in the Papers relating to them coincided with their period of office.

Heads of stateEdit

Former heads of state

Heads of governmentEdit

 
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder
Former heads of government

Cabinet officialsEdit

Argentina
Brazil
India
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Lebanon
Mexico
Serbia
United States

Members of legislaturesEdit

Canada
European Union
India
Iraq
Japan
Mexico
Nigeria
Russia
Spain
Ukraine
United Kingdom

Other government officialsEdit

El Salvador
India
Indonesia
Saudi Arabia
Spain
United States

Relatives and associates of government officialsEdit

Canada
Ghana
Greece
Indonesia
Israel
  • Jonathan Kolber, son of Canadian senator Leo Kolber and former CEO of Koor Industries and the beneficiary of the Kolber Trust.[48]
Jordan
Montenegro
Russia
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom

Non-government officials and other peopleEdit

BusinesspeopleEdit

Multiple citizenship
Andorra
Argentina
  • Alan Faena, hotelier and real estate developer[54]
  • Ignacio Jorge Rosner, businessman and financier[62]
Australia
Canada
Croatia
  • Danko Končar, the majority shareholder of the Afarak Group.[66]
France
Germany
Greece
Iceland
India
Israel
Kazakhstan
Mexico
Pakistan
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Spain
Sweden
Syria
United Kingdom
United States
Zambia

Entertainment personalitiesEdit

Australia
Canada
Colombia
France
India
Ireland
Japan
Spain
United Kingdom
United States

OtherEdit

Mexico
Spain
United Kingdom

OrganisationsEdit

CompaniesEdit

Argentina
  • CAMMESA (Compañía Administradora del Mercado Mayorista Eléctrico)[13]
  • Macri Group[55]
Australia
Barbados
Bermuda
Brazil
Canada
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Finland
Germany
Greece
India
Isle of Man
Panama
Russia
Singapore
South Africa
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States

UniversitiesEdit

Canada
United Kingdom
United States

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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