Global Bank Stocks Tail Risk Rises On Panama Papers' DumpMark Melin
The Panama Papers controversy, the leaking of nearly 11 million documents from a Panamanian law firm, shows how the world’s economic political elite break the law to evade taxes. This is likely to increase “tail risks” for global banks, a Nomura report predicts. But in the end, institutions “most vulnerable to adverse outcomes” are those that oddly “have proven resilient” to any criminal prosecution or even investigation. Nonetheless, investors should be cautious of additional big bank fines where shareholders pay for executive's illegal behavior.
The Panama Papers report comes as Phil Angelides, former head of . . .
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