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ED searches former Religare promoters, offshore deals under scanner too

ED searched residences of Shivinder Singh and Malvinder Singh, and those of their associates. Mauritius Leaks revelations described as ‘corroborative evidence’.

Mauritius Leaks: After Vikram Akula exit, a dispute between SKS stakeholders on split of shares

Records investigated by The Indian Express show that at the heart of the dispute was Mauritius-based Tejas Ventures that held 17.6 lakh shares of SKS Microfinance.

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Mauritius Leaks: Mayo Clinic arm entered into JV with GMR, Apollo for Hyderabad hospital

It was in 2011 that MFMER, described in the data of offshore specialist firm Conyers Dill & Pearman as a not-for-profit corporation, registered Mayo Clinic GBS Mauritius to be wholly owned by Mayo Foundation.

Mauritius leaks: Conyers advised iYogi on failed Nasdaq listing bid

A US court judgement dealt the tech support firm a big blow

Explained: How tightening of rules in India affected firm at centre of Mauritius leaks

Leaked data show that before countries like India decided to rein in tax treaty benefits to increase their own tax base, bankers and companies like Conyers Dill & Pearman raised red flags over tightening regulations and compliance.

New offshore records reveal several Indian firms tapped Mauritius route to save on taxes

The Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) was signed between India and Mauritius in 1982. Under this, any entity could apply for tax residency and pay zero capital gains tax. This became the principal reason why Mauritius emerged as a top channel for investments being routed into India.

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Mauritius route: Four ships, a Hong Kong firm & Jindal Steel

The Hong Kong company owned these ships through a Mauritius company controlled jointly with Jindal Steel and Power Limited, records of Conyers Dill Pearlman show.

In Mauritius papers, a real estate fund that never took off

Kolte Patil Developers has referred to its partnership with Portman Holdings time to time but not the Fund or its association with Conyers.

Explained: What are the Mauritius Leaks, why are they important?

At the heart of the 18-country collaborative investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and The Indian Express are data from Conyers Dill & Pearman, an offshore specialist law firm with several Fortune 500 companies as clients.

Via Mauritius, Religare moved funds to Singh brothers’ offshore company: records

Called Religare Capital Markets International (Mauritius) Ltd, this became a vehicle to acquire a 30 per cent stake in another Jersey-headquartered entity, NCM Limited.

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