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Bono, of U2, the Irish band with Dutch tax residency:  31st on the list of movers and shakers in the tax world. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The International Tax Review is a London-based multimedia publication that is a major source of information and debate for those whose profession and/(...)

 Charles Koch and his brother David, have been at the centre of political controversy in recent years for using their power to back Republican candidates.   Photograph:  John Chiasson/Liaison

One of the largest privately-owned businesses in the US, Koch Industries, is among the multinationals whose dealings are covered in the latest batch (...)

Accountancy firm Ernst & Young (now EY) wrote to the Luxembourg tax authorities about the proposed international structure, and its tax aspects, in October 2010, according to leaked files.

Ireland played a key role in international tax and funding structures set up by a $100 million Cayman Islands fund that wanted to buy distressed debt(...)

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager: “We consider the Luxembourg leaks as market information. We will examine it and evaluate whether or not this will lead us to opening new cases.” Photographer: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

A new leak of confidential documents expands the list of big companies seeking secret tax deals in Luxembourg, exposing tax-saving manoeuvers by Ameri(...)

Labour MP  Margaret Hodge, chairman of the public accounts committee, has told PwC to “just clean up your act”. Photograph: PA

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ role in helping Shire Pharmaceuticals to cut its tax bill by lending billions from a Dublin subsidiary to one in Luxembourg th(...)

Luxembourg’s wealth tax is charged at a rate of 0.5 per cent per annum, meaning Glaxosmithkline may have saved $49 million on the $9.8 billion transferred to Ireland

Glaxosmithkline, the pharmaceutical multinational that employs 1,500 people in Ireland, opened a non-trading branch in Cork into which it transferred (...)

For the scheme to work, the Irish branch of the Luxembourg company had to be considered permanently established in this jurisdiction. Photograph: Thinkstock

The multinational pharmaceuticals group Shire opened a one-person Irish branch office in 2008 to which it allocated $3.78 billion in capital from Luxe(...)

Covidien is an Irish-registered plc multinational which employs about 1,500 people. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Multinational medical supplies group, Covidien, transferred the right to loans totalling $6.9 billion from Luxembourg to a new Irish company as par(...)

The Luxembourg accounts of Tiger Holdings Five show that in 2010 it received $1 million in dividends from Daft Media Ltd, and that in 2011 it received dividends of $569,589 and $1 million.

A New York venture capital fund that has a 25 per cent shareholding in the company behind Irish property website Daft.ie, made the investment via L(...)

The tax structure created no advantage in relation to Doughty Hanson’s ownership of the station.

The owners of TV3 made use of a Luxembourg tax structure when buying the station’s debt from the State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation.Documen(...)

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