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Paradise Papers

26/10/2017: The Royal Gazette reported about a ‘data breach’ in May 2016, about which the police had not been informed. The report can be found here.  A police spokesman confirmed yesterday that the service had not received a complaint about a cyberattack at the firm.

Appleby are reported to have said: “Appleby has thoroughly and vigorously investigated the allegations and we are satisfied that there is no evidence of any wrongdoing, either on the part of ourselves or our clients.  “We refute any allegations which may suggest otherwise.”  More information about the leak, now dubbed the ‘Paradise Papers’ can be found here.

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