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    The Panama Paper Scandal

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    throughout the globe. Its name results from the origin the firm Mossack Fonseca, which originates from Panama, who kept secretive documents, which often concealed fraud , money laundering, bribery, and in essence many white-collar crimes around the world. The law firm was founded in 1977 in Panama by Jurgen Mossack and Ramon Fonseca. The firm’s success has allowed it to spread to 42 other countries. It 's unquestionable growth reveals the vast usage of offshore accounts by millionaires and billionaires everywhere,while also revealing how many billions of dollars are hidden from countries every year. It is estimated that over…

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    Private banking, however, is individualized banking and financial services that are customarily given to banks that service wealthy high net individual clients (Moosa, 2015). This paper explains shadow banking in general but specifically shadow banking in Switzerland. In the first…

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    In recent years, more investigations have been occurring regarding these lawyers and paralegals and how they are advising their clients. In one investigation, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation hired a private investigator, who is also a restaurant and bar owner, to test fifteen different bank branches about their procedures regarding moving money offshore and the advice they would give their potential clients. The private investigator visited a RBC Bank in Barbados, where he met with a…

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    with the Stanford International Bank. Allen Stanford may not have stolen as much money as Madoff, but the eccentric man was still able to steal billions.…

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    apply to Wells Fargo. According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIS), 215 new banks open each year, on average. But the threat of new entrants is low because of the high entry barriers restrict a lot of new banks from succeeding. If a new bank were to open near one of Wells Fargo’s 8,700 plus locations. Wells Fargo would have still had the advantage…

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    Hawaii Banking History

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    In 1897, the Bank of Hawaii opened for business in a two-story wooden building in downtown Honolulu. The original investment began with $400,000 in capital with its stock at par value of $100. Peter Cushman Jones, at 64 years old, became Bank of Hawaii’s first president. Bank of Hawaii opened its first branch office six years later in Lihue ( lee-HU-ay), Kaui (ka why e), and that branch is still in existence today. However, we do not know if the original building is still standing. As…

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    For many decades, financial globalization has brought benefits but it has also brought crisis and contagion, thus leaving with amplify views that has allowed the offshore banking to be more freely in investing. Since financial globalization has grown through out decades, it has been more complex to be managed by the government that leaves to the supports and opponents to say that the largely unregulated nature of international banking activity and global securities markers leaves the world…

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    There are several sources to consider when running a business. (2013, Don Hofstrand) Sources of finance is use to available to manage a company, due to all businesses need money, so where the money come from is known as source of finance. Source of finance has two different types, which is internal and external. Internal of source of finance is the finance is inside the business. For instead, profits can be kept back to the finance expansion. The external is the finance from outside the business…

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    Many of the world’s developing and large economies were growing more dependent on American demand for their exports. These nations were left with weak locally-focused sectors. Because these economies were reliant on experts, the result was huge trade imbalances among countries - this created the fault line. Specifically, economic policies in countries like the United States and the United Kingdom used offshore savings to support the spending of its citizens. Developing economies, as well as…

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    Overall, the solution to this problem isn’t a matter of more regulation, instead we need better regulation. Unnecessary red tape actually benefits the “too big to fail banks” because the smaller banks can’t keep up the new rules. With that in mind, we need the proper leadership to enforce the laws that are on the books. For instance, the Justice Department received an abysmal average of 72 referrals a year from bank regulators for potential criminal charges for the period of 2006 through 2010.…

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