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3 Apr 2016

Panama papers: Victims behind the exploitation of offshore tax regimes

Will Business & Human Rights Resource Centre be inviting companies appearing in the Panama Papers to respond?

We regularly invite companies to respond to allegations of human rights abuse in the public domain. However, whilst there is a clear link between tax evasion and human rights issues,  due to the number of companies named and the prominence of the Panama Papers – there is significant media attention and many companies have, or will, issue statements – Business & Human Rights Resource Centre will only be inviting companies to respond where the alleged link to serious human rights abuse is direct.

Feel free to get in touch with us with materials that contain direct human rights allegations against companies.

Company Responses

Nordea Bank View Response