Pandora’s Box of Corruption: New Hampshire’s Corruption, American Cartels, and The Deep State’s Unseen Web of Corruption (Biden, Clinton, IRS, FBI, DEA, ETC) List of People Named in the Pandora Papers
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In an unprecedented exposé, we delve into the complex web of corruption that stretches from the political powerhouses in Washington to the ostensibly quiet lanes of New Hampshire. As we unravel this intricate story of drug cartels, human trafficking, money laundering, and alleged treason, be prepared for a seismic shift in your perception of American reality.
The state of corruption in America today is not an isolated anomaly; it is the monstrous progeny of a system that thrives in the shadows. This story does not merely start and end within the confines of our political offices or law enforcement agencies, but permeates through a sinister underbelly that most choose to ignore.
The pristine landscapes of New Hampshire, colloquially dubbed as the ‘Switzerland of America,’ house an illicit reality. This region is the secretive headquarters of an operation that eclipses even the darkest plot twists of Hollywood blockbusters. Drug cartels, human trafficking rings, and money laundering syndicates operating right under our noses.
The puppeteers pulling the strings of these operations? A cabal we all know too well – the Deep State. The same shadowy figures implicated in the Pandora Papers; a Pandora’s box of undeniable proofs that redefines our understanding of corruption. It’s a story that involves household names such as Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and even Michael Flynn.
It’s a narrative that’s been dangerously ignored, suppressed by the mainstream media and its allegiances. Brave whistleblowers like James O’Keefe have dared to lift the veil on these untold stories. But at what cost? The usual response has been swift and unforgiving: character assassinations, IRS investigations, and relentless surveillance by the FBI and the DEA.
These agencies, once entrusted with maintaining the sanctity of law and order, are now unfortunately perceived as part of an intricate web of collusion and corruption. It’s a harsh reality, yet one that must be faced. But how did we come to this?
Once seen as the beacon of democracy and freedom, America now teeters on the edge, overshadowed by allegations of corruption at the highest echelons of power. Some even go as far as to suggest that the once respected office of the Vice President, held by figures such as Joe Biden and Mike Pence, has been embroiled in this quagmire.
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Now, these allegations do not mean that these individuals are guilty. In fact, one must tread carefully when dealing with such assertions. However, what these narratives do accomplish is to highlight an overarching sentiment of distrust. A sentiment that has seeped deep into the American psyche.
This sense of betrayal takes an even darker turn when we take a hard look at the Hillary Clinton saga. Here is a woman who was once at the pinnacle of political power. Yet, her name has been dragged through the mud, linked with all sorts of unsavory activities. From alleged connections to drug cartels to insinuations of complicity in human trafficking networks, her reputation has been sullied, to say the least.
Then we have Michael Flynn, a decorated General and former National Security Advisor, whose reputation was tarnished overnight. Accusations of treason were hurled at him, resulting in a fall from grace that was swift and merciless. His story is a stark reminder of the double-edged sword that is the American justice system.
But why New Hampshire, you ask? The seemingly serene locale appears an unlikely hub for such clandestine operations. The truth is that its strategic position, combined with a pervasive culture of secrecy, has rendered it an ideal headquarters for the Deep State’s operations.
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There are stories of drug money funneling through obscure channels, of secret handshakes and shadowy deals. The scale of these operations would put even the most notorious international drug cartels to shame. The stakes are high and the game is fraught with danger. Yet, the players continue to play, unchecked and unabated.
The Pandora Papers was a shocking revelation, shedding light on the vast networks of offshore accounts and shadowy financial maneuvers of the world’s elite. But the biggest bombshell was the alleged involvement of prominent American figures in these scandals. If these allegations hold water, we are looking at corruption of the highest order, right at the heart of the world’s most powerful democracy.
Now, you may wonder, how does one manage to maintain such an operation without triggering the red flags of AI detection tools? The answer lies in the very complexity and sophistication of these systems. This, coupled with the tacit support of key power players, ensures the operation remains shielded from prying AI eyes.
In this high-stakes game, where corruption and power intertwine, the line between villain and victim blurs. Are individuals like Biden, Clinton, Flynn, and Pence merely pawns in a larger game or are they, in fact, the very orchestrators of this macabre symphony? The jury is still out on that one.
As the dust settles on these revelations, we are left grappling with an unsettling reality. Our beloved America, caught in the throes of corruption and deceit, cries out for justice. The challenge ahead is daunting, but it is one we must undertake for the sake of our nation’s future.
Our hope rests with brave whistleblowers like James O’Keefe, who risk their lives to expose the truth. Their audacious stories, often dismissed as conspiracy theories, are our only weapons against an establishment that seeks to bury the truth. It’s high time we listened, questioned, and demanded answers.
America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, deserves nothing less.
List of People Named in the Pandora Papers
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) published an explosive investigation dubbed the Pandora Papers highlighting how world leaders, personalities and business executives hid $11.3 trillion (€9.7 trillion) in more than 29,000 offshore companies in countries or territories with favourable taxation.
Following the Panama Papers in 2016, in which the ICIJ exposed those involved in one of the world’s leading firms incorporating offshore companies, the Pandora Papers are one of the biggest data leaks in history, revealing how the rich and powerful have been hiding their investments in mansions, exclusive beachfront property, yachts and other assets for the past quarter of a century.
Are you ready to open Pandora’s box? Here’s everything you need to know about the leak.
Who is implicated in the leak?
Links have been established by the ICIJ between offshore assets and a total of 336 top executives and politicians who created nearly 1,000 shell companies.
More than two-thirds of these companies were registered in the British Virgin Islands.
According to the documents unearthed by the ICIJ, King Abdullah II of Jordan created at least thirty offshore companies. Through these entities, he purchased 14 luxury properties in the United States and the United Kingdom for more than $106 million (€91,7 million).
As for billionaire Czech prime minister, Andrej Babiš, he placed $22 million (€19 million) in shell companies which were used to finance the purchase of Château Bigaud, a large property located in Mougins in the south of France.
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Ecuadorian president Guillermo Lasso has lodged funds in two trusts headquartered in South Dakota in the US.
Among the other personalities implicated in the papers are former UK prime minister Tony Blair, Colombian singer Shakira, German model Claudia Schiffer and Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar.
In most countries, there will be little to no legal consequences from these revelations for those involved. But in the case of leaders, the ICIJ noted how the anti-corruption discourse espoused by some of them doesn’t square with their investments in tax havens.
Just how big was the data haul?
ICIJ investigations are almost always illustrated by dizzying numbers uncovered during the course of their journalistic work.
In this case, the Pandora Papers comprise some 11.9 million documents – a 2.94-terabyte trove of information – leaked from the confidential records of 14 offshore service providers.
This data was shared with journalists in various formats.
“More than half of the files (6.4 million) were text documents, including more than 4 million PDFs, some of which ran to more than 10,000 pages,” the ICIJ said.
“The documents included passports, bank statements, tax declarations, company incorporation records, real estate contracts and due diligence questionnaires. There were also more than 4.1 million images and emails in the leak”.
This is a partial list of people named in the Pandora Papers as shareholders, directors and beneficiaries of offshore companies. In total, 35 current and former national leaders appear in the leaked documents, alongside 400 officials from nearly 100 countries.
More than 100 billionaires, 29,000 offshore accounts, 30 current and former leaders, and 300 public officials were named in the first leaks in October 2021. An estimated $32 trillion may be hidden from being taxed, according to reports.
Heads of state
Current heads of state at the time of the release:
Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, President of Azerbaijan
Chile Sebastián Piñera, President of Chile
Republic of the Congo Denis Sassou Nguesso, President of the Republic of the Congo
Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, President of Cyprus
Dominican Republic Luis Abinader, President of the Dominican Republic
Ecuador Guillermo Lasso, President of Ecuador
Gabon Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of Gabon
Jordan Abdullah II, King of Jordan
Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Kenya
Montenegro Milo Đukanović, President of Montenegro
Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar
Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine
Former heads of state
Colombia César Gaviria, former President of Colombia.
Colombia Andrés Pastrana, former President of Colombia.
El Salvador Alfredo Cristiani, former President of El Salvador
El Salvador Francisco Flores Pérez, former President of El Salvador
Honduras Porfirio Lobo Sosa, former President of Honduras
Panama Ricardo Martinelli, former President of Panama
Panama Ernesto Pérez Balladares, former President of Panama
Panama Juan Carlos Varela, former President of Panama
Paraguay Horacio Cartes, former President of Paraguay
Peru Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, former President of Peru
Heads of government
Current heads of government at the time of the release
- Ivory Coast Patrick Achi, Prime Minister of Ivory Coast
- Lebanon Najib Mikati, Prime Minister of Lebanon
- United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Emir of Dubai
Former heads of government
- Czech Republic Andrej Babiš, former Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
- Bahrain Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, former Prime Minister of Bahrain
- Georgia (country) Bidzina Ivanishvili, former Prime Minister of Georgia
- Haiti Laurent Lamothe, former Prime Minister of Haiti
- Hong Kong Leung Chun-ying, former Chief Executive of Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Tung Chee-hwa, former Chief Executive of Hong Kong
- Jordan Abdul Karim Kabariti, former Prime Minister of Jordan
- Lebanon Hassan Diab, former Prime Minister of Lebanon
- Mongolia Sükhbaataryn Batbold, former Prime Minister of Mongolia
- Mongolia Chimed Saikhanbileg, former Prime Minister of Mongolia
- Mozambique Aires Ali, former Prime Minister of Mozambique
- United Kingdom Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Heads of organizations
- France United Nations Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former managing director of the International Monetary Fund.
- Ukraine Ivan Bakanov, former Head of the Security Service of Ukraine.
- Mexico Jorge Arganis Díaz Leal, Secretary of Communications and Transport
- Brazil Paulo Guedes, Minister of the Economy
- Russia Andrey Vavilov, former Russian Deputy Finance Minister
- Netherlands Wopke Hoekstra, Minister of Finance and Leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal
- Pakistan Shaukat Tarin, Finance Minister of Pakistan
- Pakistan Moonis Elahi, Minister for Water Resources
- Pakistan Raja Nadir Pervez, Former Minister for Interior of Pakistan
- Zambia Charles Sipanje, former Permanent Secretary of Zambia
- United Kingdom Jonathan Aitken, former Chief Secretary to the Treasury
- Malta John Dalli, Former Minister of Economy, Finance and Foreign Affairs of Malta, and EU Commissioner
- Philippines Arthur Tugade, incumbent Secretary of Transportation
- Indonesia Airlangga Hartarto, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs
- Indonesia Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Coordinating Minister for Maritime and investments Affairs
- Uganda Jim Muhwezi, Ugandan Security Minister
- Malaysia Daim Zainuddin, former Malaysian Minister of Finance and Chief of the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP)
- Malaysia Tengku Zafrul Aziz, Malaysian Minister of International Trade and Industry
- Malaysia Yamani Hafez Musa, former Malaysian Deputy Minister of Finance
- Malaysia Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia and President of the United Malays
- National Organisation (UMNO)
- Serbia Siniša Mali, Minister of Finance and former Mayor of Belgrade
- Serbia Novica Tončev, Minister without portfolio and former Mayor of Surdulica
- Mauritania Mohamed Abdellahi Ould Yaha, former Mauritanian Minister of Investment
- Sri Lanka Nirupama Rajapaksa, former Deputy Minister of Water Supply & Drainage of Sri Lanka
- Tunisia Mohsen Marzouk, Secretary-General of the Arab Democracy Foundation
- Colombia Ángela María Orozco [es], Minister of Transport of Colombia
- Venezuela Rafael Ramírez Carreño, former minister of Oil and Mining and former president of
- Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) between 2004 and 2013.
- Venezuela Nervis Villalobos, viceminister of energy during the government of Hugo Chávez between 2004 and 2006
- Brazil Roberto Campos Neto, president of the Central Bank of Brazil
- Lebanon Marwan Kheireddine, Lebanese banker, businessperson and former minister
- Lebanon Riad Salameh, Governor of Lebanon’s central bank, Banque du Liban
- Pakistan Khan Arif Usmani, President of National Bank of Pakistan
- Philippines Helen Dee, daughter of Alfonso Yuchengco, Chairman of Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
- Switzerland Tito Tettamanti, founder of Fidinam
- Morocco Nessim El Maleh, former director of HSBC Private Bank Suisse
- Russia Vitaly Zhogin, former board member of Interprombank
- Uruguay Jorge Peirano Basso, Dante Peirano Basso, José Peirano Basso, Juan Peirano Basso, Luisa
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- Italy Alessandro Falciai, former President of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena
- Pakistan Hameed Haroon, CEO of Dawn Media Group
- Pakistan Sultan Ali Lakhani, CEO of Express Media Group
- Pakistan Arif Nizami, journalist and editor of Pakistan Today
- Pakistan Mir Shakilur Rehman, editor-in-chief of Jang Media Group
- Russia Konstantin Ernst, CEO of Channel One Russia
- France Sylvain Maillard, member of the National Assembly and general director of Alantys Technology
- Israel Nir Barkat, former mayor of Jerusalem and current member of the Knesset
- Israel Haim Ramon – former Vice Prime Minister of Israel and former member of the Knesset
- Pakistan Chaudhry Moonis Elahi, Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan
- Pakistan Aleem Khan, Senior Minister of Punjab and Minister of Food, Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab
- Pakistan Sharjeel Memon, former member of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh
- Pakistan Faisal Vawda, member of the Senate of Pakistan, former member of the National Assembly and former Minister for Water Resources
- Philippines The family of Win Gatchalian, Rex Gatchalian and Wes Gatchalian, Senator of the
- Philippines, the mayor of Valenzuela City and Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines
- Russia Alexei Chepa, Russian Member of the Federal Assembly
- United Kingdom Paul Deighton, member of the House of Lords and Chairman of The Economist Group
- Malaysia William Leong, member of the Dewan Rakyat
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- India Satish Sharma, former member of the Union Cabinet in the Government of India
- India Harish Salve, former Solicitor General of India
- Chad Zakaria Idriss Déby Itno, Chadian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and stepbrother of President Mahamat Déby
- Bulgaria Delyan Peevski, Bulgarian politician and oligarch, former member of the National Assembly
- Honduras Nasry Asfura, current Mayor of Tegucigalpa
- Russia Alexander Mamut, Russian billionaire and former advisor to Boris Yeltsin
- United Kingdom Ben Elliot, co-chairman of the Conservative Party
- United Kingdom Patrick Robertson, British political advisor and founder of the Bruges Group
- Belize Glenn Godfrey, former Attorney-General of Belize
- Ecuador Jaime Durán Barba, consultant of former President of Argentina Mauricio Macri
- Argentina Zulema María Eva Menem, former First Lady of Argentina and daughter of former President of Argentina Carlos Menem
- Argentina Daniel Muñoz, secretary of former President of Argentina Néstor Kirchner
- Mexico Julio Scherer Ibarra [es], former advisor of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador
- Mexico Enrique Martinez y Martinez, Former governor of Coahuila (1999-2015)
- Mexico José Manuel Sanz Rivera
- Philippines Andres D. Bautista, former Chairman of the Commission on Elections and Chairman of the
- Presidential Commission on Good Government
- Philippines Rolando Gapud, Executive Chairman of Del Monte Pacific Limited, former Member of the
- Board of Governors of the Development Bank of the Philippines and former associate of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
- Philippines Dennis Uy, chairman and CEO of Udenna Corporation, and CEO of CSO of Phoenix
- Petroleum, Honorary Consul of the Philippines in Kazakhstan and associate of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
- Switzerland Jürg Wissmann, Swiss attorney and politician for the Christian Democratic People’s Party
- France Aymeric Chauprade, former member of the European Parliament
- France Nicolas Perruchot, former mayor of Blois and former member of the French National Assembly
- Colombia Lisandro Junco Riveira, chairman of National Directorate of Taxes and Customs
- Colombia Guillermo Botero, Colombian Ambassador to Chile and former Minister of Defense
- Colombia Luis Diego Monsalve, Colombian Ambassador to China
- Colombia Fuad Char Abdala, former congressman
- Colombia Alejandro Char Chaljub, former Mayor of Barranquilla and former Governor of Atlántico.
- Colombia Arturo Char Chaljub, senator and former President of Congress
- Colombia David Char Navas, former congressman indicted for colliding with paramilitaries.
- Dominican Republic Carlos Morales Troncoso, former Vice President of the Dominican Republic
- Nigeria Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, governor of Kebbi State
- Morocco Yassir Znagui, advisor of Moroccan king Mohammed VI and former minister
- Colombia Marta Lucía Ramírez, Vice President of Colombia
- Honduras Ricardo Álvarez, current Vice President of Honduras and former mayor of Tegucigalpa.
- Spain Xavier García Albiol, mayor of Badalona and former senator and member of the Catalan parliament
- Italy Bernabò Bocca, president of Federalberghi and former senator of Forza ItaliaMorocco Youssef Benjelloun, member of the parliament for the Justice and development party
Relatives and associates of government officials
- Belarus Sergei Sheiman, son of Viktor Sheiman, Belarusian politician
- Cameroon Marie Gisèle Minlo Momo, wife of Babel Ndanga Ndinga, former Cameroonian Minister of Mining, Trade and Expertise Growth
- Comoros Nour-El-Fath Azali, son of President Azali Assoumani
- Comoros Faharate Mahamoud, sister of the Comoros Minister of Interior, Mahamoud Fakridine
- Nigeria Ibrahim Bagudu, brother of Abubakar Atiku Bagudu
- Russia Svetlana Krivonogikh, associate and alleged former lover of Russian President Vladimir Putin
- Russia Gennady Timchenko, billionaire Russian oligarch and close friend of President Vladimir Putin
- Russia Petr Kolbin, businessman and close friend of President Vladimir Putin
- United Kingdom Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair
- United Kingdom Helena de Chair, wife of Jacob Rees-Mogg, Leader of the House of Commons
- Italy Marina Berlusconi, daughter of Silvio Berlusconi
- Italy Silvia Tucci, ex-wife of Gianni De Michelis, member of the Italian Socialist Party, who served as minister in many Italian governments
- Germany Denmark Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, German-born Danish princess and entrepreneur
- Jordan Abdullah II, King of Jordan
- Morocco Lalla Hasnaa, Princess of Morocco
- Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar
- Qatar House of Thani, Qatari Royal family
- Spain Juan Carlos I, former King of Spain
- United Kingdom Crown Estate of the United Kingdom
- Mexico Father Luis Garza Medina, former Vicar General of the Legion of Christ
- Nepal Binod Chaudhary, Nepalese billionaire businessman
- Morocco Taib, chairman of Comsquare.
- Morocco Saïd Alj, Moroccan businessman. Founder of the Sanam Holding.
- Morocco Moulay Abdallah Lalami, CEO of Societe Fiduciaire du Maroc or SFM.
- Morocco Faïçal Mekouar, CEO of Fidaroc Grant Thornton.
- Morocco Omar Alaoui, moroccan arquitect.
- South Korea Lee Jae Yong, chairman of Samsung.
- Saudi Arabia Abu Jamal, Saudi Arabian billionaire.
- India Niranjan Hiranandani, Indian businessperson
- India Pramod Mittal, Indian businessperson
- India Anil Ambani, Indian businessperson
- India Nirav Modi, Indian businessperson
- India Vinod Adani, Indian businessperson
- India Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Indian businessperson
- IndiaUnited Kingdom John Shaw, British businessperson and husband of Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
- United States Robert F. Smith, American investor and CEO of Vista Equity Partners and Democratic Party donor
- United States Robert T. Brockman, American billionaire and CEO of Reynolds & Reynolds and Republican Party donor
- United States Jared Wheat, drug smuggler and former CEO of Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals
- United States David R. Hinkson, convicted criminal and founder of WaterOz
- United StatesBelarus Aleksandr Zingman [ru], Belarusian-American businessperson
- Turkey Erman Ilıcak, businessperson, investor, and president of Rönesans Holding
- Russia Yuri Kovalchuk, Russian shareholder in Bank Rossiya
- Russia Victor Fedotov, Russian oil tycoon
- Russia Semyon Vainshtok, CEO of Transneft
- Russia Mikhail Gutseriev, Russian oligarch
- Russia Suleyman Kerimov, Russian oligarch
- RussiaUnited Kingdom Lubov Chernukhin, Russian-born British banker and major donor to the British Conservative Party
- Equatorial Guinea Antonio Oburu, managing director of GePetrol
- Pakistan Javed Afridi, Owner of the Peshawar Zalmi franchise, Pakistani business executive and entrepreneur.
- Mexico María Asunción Aramburuzabala, Mexican businessperson
- Mexico Germán Larrea Mota-Velasco, Mexican businessperson
- Belgium Bernard de Laguiche, board director of Solvay S.A.
- Belgium Hubert de Wangen, former executive at Solvay S.A.
- Canada Bruce Rockowitz, Chairman of Rock Media International
- Australia Graeme Briggs, founder of the Asiaciti Trust.
- Malaysia Lim Kok Thay, Malaysian billionaire, Chairman & CEO Genting Group
- Taiwan Joseph Tsai, co-founder and executive vice chairman of Alibaba Group
- Hong Kong Allan Zeman, CEO of Mesco Shipyard Ltd
- China Du Shuanghua [zh], Chinese billionaire
- Montenegro Aco Đukanović, Montenegrin businessperson, brother of Milo Đukanović
- Montenegro Blažo Đukanović, Montenegrin businessperson, son of Milo Đukanović Nikola Petrović, Serbian businessman and best man of Aleksandar Vučić
- Mauritius Sattar Hajee Abdoula, CEO of Grant Thornton Mauritius
- Ukraine Ihor Kolomoisky, Ukrainian oligarch
- Malaysia Jho Low, Malaysian financier and mastermind of the 1MDB embezzlement scandal
- Brazil Antonio Jose, vulgo Pai, construction tycoon
- Israel Beny Steinmetz, Israeli businessperson
- Botswana Ramachandran Ottapathu, Botswanan CEO of Choppies
- Zimbabwe Billy Rautenbach, Zimbabwean mining magnate
- Mexico Olegario Vázquez Aldir, Mexican businessperson
- Malaysia Tony Fernandes, Malaysian founder of AirAsia
- Japan Masayoshi Son, Japanese billionaire technology entrepreneur
- Philippines The Aboitiz family, Philippine businesspersons
- Philippines Joselito Campos, Jr., son of Jose Yao Campos, chairman and CEO of NutriAsia, Vice-chairman of Del Monte Philippines and Chairman of the Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation
- Philippines The Gaisano family, Philippine businesspeople
- Philippines Oscar Hilado, Chairman of Phinma Corporation
- Philippines Elmer Serrano, chairman and President of the ES Consultancy Group and business associate of the Sy family
- Philippines Enrique K. Razon, chairman and CEO of International Container Terminal Services and Chairman of Bloomberry
- Philippines Peter Rodriguez, Founder of Asian Aerospace Corporation
- Philippines The estate of Henry Sy, including Teresita Sy-Coson and his other children, Philippine businesspersons
- Philippines Zenaida Tantoco and Anthony Tantoco Huang, CEO of SSI Group, Inc. and President and Director of SSI Group, Inc.
- Philippines The Wenceslao family, Philippine businesspeople
- Italy Flavio Briatore, Italian Formula One businessperson
- Italy Giampaolo Angelucci, Italian businessman and entrepreneur
- Hong Kong Macau Stanley Ho, former chairman of Shun Tak Holdings
- Guatemala Federico Kong Vielman, Guatemalan Director of Banco Industrial
- United Kingdom Mohamed Amersi, British businessperson
- United Kingdom Ben Goldsmith, British financier and member of the Goldsmith Family
- RussiaUnited Kingdom Alexander Temerko, Russian-born British businessman and Conservative Party donor
- United Kingdom Bernie Ecclestone, British Formula One business magnate
- Iran Ata Ahsani, Iranian founder and chairman of Unaoil
- Iran United Kingdom Cyrus Ahsani, Iranian-British treasurer of Monaco’s Ambassador’s Club
- Iran United Kingdom Saman Ahsani, Iranian-British trustee of the Iran Heritage Foundation
- France Pierre Castel, French CEO of Castel Group
- Chile Carlos Alberto Délano, Chilean businessperson
- Colombia Alejandro Santo Domingo, Colombian businessperson
- Colombia Luis Carlos Sarmiento, Colombian businessperson
- Colombia Isaac, Jaime and Gabriel Gilinski, Colombian businesspersons
- Colombia Eduardo Pacheco Cortés, Colombian businessperson
- Colombia The Barberi family, Colombian businesspersons
- Colombia The Char family, Colombian businesspersons and political group
- Colombia The Echavarría family, Colombian businesspersons
- Sri Lanka Thirukumar Nadesan, former director of Capital Maharaja Organisation
- Mauritania Mohamed Abdellahi Ould Yaha [fr], Mauritanian businessperson and former minister
- Uruguay Juan Salgado, Uruguayan businessman
- Spain Francisco Correa Sánchez, Spanish businessman
- Spain Pedro Mouriño, Spanish businessman
Argentina Ángel Di María, Argentine football player
Canada Jacques Villeneuve, Canadian racing driver
Canada Elvis Stojko, Canadian figure skater
France Guy Forget, French tennis administrator and retired professional tennis player
India Sachin Tendulkar, Indian cricketer
Italy Carlo Ancelotti, Italian football manager
Italy Roberto Mancini, Italian football manager and former player
ItalyNetherlands Mino Raiola, Dutch-Italian football agent
Italy Gianluca Vialli, Italian football player
Italy Walter Zenga, Italian footballer and manager
Spain Pep Guardiola, Spanish football manager
Uruguay Diego Godín, Uruguayan football player
Uruguay Luis Suarez, Uruguayan football player
Canada David Furnish, Canadian filmmaker
Colombia Shakira, Colombian singer
Germany Claudia Schiffer, German model
India Jackie Shroff, Indian Bollywood actor
Morocco Morjana Alaoui, Moroccan actress. She is a daughter of the Moroccan arquitect, Omar Alaoui.
Morocco RedOne, Moroccan singer, songwriter, record producer and record executive
PeruSpain Mario Vargas Llosa, Peruvian-Spanish Nobel Prize in Literature laureate
Philippines Robbie Santos and the Santos family, Philippine fashion designer, businessperson and educator
South Korea Lee Soo-man, South Korean record executive and record producer (SM Entertainment)
Spain Julio Iglesias, Spanish singer
Spain Miguel Bosé, Spanish singer
Spain Paloma San Basilio, Spanish singer
Spain José María Dols Samper [es], Spanish bullfighter
Sweden Swedish House Mafia, Swedish house music group
Russia Sergei Roldugin, Russian musician
United Kingdom Elton John, British singer
United Kingdom Ringo Starr, British drummer and former member of The Beatles
Italy Monica Bellucci, Italian actress and model
Italy Brazil Alessandra Ambrosio, Italian-Brazilian model
Italy Raffaele Amato, Italian crime boss and head of the Scissionisti di Secondigliano
Japan Delfo Zorzi, Italian-born Japanese neo-fascist and alleged terrorist
Comoros Afif Mshangama, Comorian lawyer
France Éric Fiorile, founder of French far-right conspiracy theorist movement Conseil National de Transition
India Homi Rajvansh, Ex-Indian Revenue Service Officer and Additional Managing Director of National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India
India Sushil Gupta, Former Income Tax Chief Commissioner
Italy Massimo Bochicchio, Italian broker
Serbia Igor Isailović, Serbian lawyer, friend and associate of Ana Brnabić and Siniša Mali
Spain Ricardo Bofill, Spanish architect
Spain Santiago Calatrava, Spanish architect
Switzerland Susanne Reinhardt, Swiss wealth advisor
United Kingdom Douglas Latchford, British art dealer
United Kingdom Lady Tina Green, British treasurer to Charlene, Princess of Monaco and wife of Sir Phillip Green
United States Robert Durst, convicted murderer and real estate heir
United States Carlos Kepce, American lawyer
Belgium Solvay S.A., Belgian chemical company
Mexico Legionaries of Christ, Roman Catholic clerical religious order
Monaco Unaoil, Monaco based energy company
Panama Alcogal, Panamanian law firm
Russia Rostec, Russian arms manufacturer
Russia VTB Bank, Russian financial services provider
Singapore Asiaciti, Singaporean wealth management company
MalaysiaGedeihen Engineering Pte Ltd, Malaysian Based Construction Firm & Denmark Offshore Investment Proxy Firm
Switzerland Fidinam, Swiss wealth consultancy
United Kingdom Bloomsbury Publishing, British publisher
United Kingdom Farrer & Co, British law firm
United States Abbott Laboratories, American healthcare company
United States Apple Inc., American technology company
United States Baker McKenzie, American law firm
United States Nike, American clothing company
United States RJR Nabisco, American tobacco manufacture
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