I happily accepted an invitation by the Panamanian American Chamber of Commerce to briefly speak on the Panama Papers at their last networking event. The event, appropriately entitled “Commentary on the Panama Papers,” was sponsored by the Carolina Ale House and Ron Abuelo. There were many points of discussion, all of which I crammed into a fifteen minute conversation, but all in all I thought my comments were well received.
In fact, I was very much delighted to see the huge amount of interest everyone had in the topic and relished the opportunity to clarify Panama’s well-documented stance on international transparency and correct the misleading nature of the Panama Papers themselves, amongst other points. For a glimpse into my own thoughts on the Panama Papers, read this article.
Ronald Iacone is the managing and founding partner of Iacone Law. He focuses his practice on asset protection representation, business and international law, and appeals to the interrelatedness of the three to best discuss your issue and solution.