The Pandora Papers have rocked the world. Since news organisations began publishing their explosive contents on October 3, the giant leak has dominated headlines and posed questions of some of the world’s most powerful people and their financial propriety.
Everyone from former UK prime minister Tony Blair to the King of Jordan have been dragged into a murky world of offshore finance, with stunning allegations being uncovered daily. And not for the first time, calls have been made to crack down on offshore financial products and institutions, and to instigate a fairer tax regime.
Neo4j’s Emil Eifrem comments on the ways in which graph database technology have helped with the Pandora Papers.