Bank Ita sent an email to private bank clients confirming that their accounts at tax centers in the Bahamas and Cayman Islands were not affected by the Pandora Papers revelations.
247 – Italian private bank clients with more than $ 5 million in deposits in the firm received an email from the bank this Sunday afternoon (3) assuring them that they would not have their accounts at tax centers in the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas. The revelations of the Pandora papers were affected. The Pandora Papers is a collection of reports by the International Consortium of Journalists that contain information on millions of documents leaked from the offices of offshore administrators. Disclosures so far have been limited to accounts operating in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), located in the Caribbean.
Read the full note of Itaú Private Bank for its clients:
“This Sunday, the International Consortium of Journalists (ICIJ) released the first series of a series of projects called the Pandora Papers.
The reports are aimed at revealing the identities of shareholders of offshore structures.
Over the past week, loyal providers in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) have sent out notices to their customers that their systems have been hacked.
Currently, there is no evidence that files in the Cayman and Bahamas jurisdictions have been targeted by hackers associated with this set of reports.
We are committed to the transparency and maintenance of our clients and partners, and we will monitor the disclosure of reports and the potential repercussions and inform everyone.
The Pandora Papers scandal erupted this Sunday. Two-thirds of offshore companies reported violating the accounts are based in the British Virgin Islands (IVB), a jurisdiction that has long been known as a key player in the offshore system. The offshore talks between the King of Jordan, the Presidents of Ukraine, Kenya, Ecuador and the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic reveal secret documents. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The files also describe the economic activities of more than 130 billionaires from Russia, the United States, Turkey and other countries.
The leaked documents include the authorities showing the names Paulo Guedes, Minister of Finance of Brazil, and Roberto Campos Neto, President of the Central Bank.
In Brazil, the investigation was carried out by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based in ICIJ, Washington, DC, Piauí Magazine, Poder360, Metrópoles websites and Agência Pública.
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