Monday May 25, 2020

Convictions of LuxLeaks duo condemned as 'disgrace'

Former PwC employees handed suspended sentences, fines

29th June, 2016
LuxLeaks whistleblower sentences 'shocking' Pic: Pixabay

Two former PricewaterhouseCoopers employees have been found guilty in Luxembourg of stealing confidential tax files that helped unleash a global scandal over generous fiscal deals for hundreds of international companies.

The ruling “puts on guard future whistle-blowers,” Deltour told reporters. “It sends out a message that if you see billions of euros” handled “in a doubtful fiscal manner, the court invites you to close your eyes and above all, not to talk to anyone.”...

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