KPMG's role in offshore secrecy

KPMG's role in offshore secrecy

Investigation sponsored by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Global accounting giant helped businessman move tens of millions of dollars offshore.

Mauritian authorities have frozen 91 bank accounts linked to investor Jean-Claude Bastos, a key figure from the Paradise Papers who has close connections to Angola’s former leaders. [See nose200: A most unsaintly president.]

Mauritius Supreme Court froze the accounts in four judgments issued this month as part of probes involving Bastos [also known as Jean-Claude Bastos de Morais] and a $3 billion Angolan sovereign wealth fund investment, according to Mauritian newspaper L’Express


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