ICIJ Q & A: Should I assume that the people and companies mentioned in the database are involved in tax avoidance or evasion? No. There are legitimate reasons to use offshore companies and trusts. ICIJ does not intend to suggest or imply that the people and companies included in the database have broken the law or otherwise acted improperly.
The Offshore Leaks Database begins to strip away the secrecy of the offshore system by partially opening the company registries of 10 offshore jurisdictions. Opening up the records serves the public interest by bringing accountability to an industry that has long operated in the shadows. Fijileaks is still waiting for comments from those listed below
Stanley Hancock, Associate, Eco-Consult Pacific; Fijileaks: Hancock yet to confirm if its him on the list, MBA (Finance & Marketing), ENPC Paris, France, Dipl. Snr. Bus. Mngmt, Asian Productivity Centre, Tokyo, Japan: Mr. Stanley Hancock, a citizen of Fiji, is a specialist in marketing, business feasibility studies, financing and joint-venture co-ordination. He has advised and trained a wide range of both private and public sector clients on business and organisation management, finance and policy planning. He worked for Deloitte and Touche (UK) as a Regional Advisor to the EU-funded Tourism Council of the South Pacific where his responsibilities included liaison with donor organisations, project formulation, management and evaluation in 12 Pacific Island Countries. Prior to this, Mr. Hancock was employed for 3 years by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) as Advisor/Manager for bilateral and multilateral projects in various sectors including Natural Resources, Health, Education, Human Resource Development and Infrastructure. Earlier in his career, he was attached as a consultant to the Japanese Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry to assist various manufacturing industries. In the Pacific, he managed and developed businesses in the tourism and manufacturing sectors. Mr. Hancock is fluent in English and French, and maintains a strong interest in the sustainable development of the tourism, business and natural resources sectors in the region.
Vladimir Fedorov died last year and his Villa is up for sale for $900,000