List Celebrities and Politicians in The Pandora Papers (Full List)
List Celebrities and Politicians in The Pandora Papers (Full List) – Below, is the full list of named celebrities and politicians in the Pandora Papers that has been leaked to the public.
- John Elton
- Angel Di Maria
- Claudia Schiffer
- Ringo Star
- Julio Iglesias
- Pep Guardiola
- Carlo Ancelotti
- Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn
- Tony Blair
- Sachin Tendulkar
Other top politicians and individuals named in the Pandora Papers are;
- Jordan Abdullah II, King of Jordan
- Luis Abinader, President of the Dominican Republic
- Ilham Aliyev, President of Azerbaijan
- Milo Đukanović, President of Montenegro
- Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Kenya
- Guillermo Lasso, President of Ecuador
- Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of Gabon
- Sebastián Piñera, President of Chile
- Denis Sassou Nguesso, President of the Republic of the Congo
- Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar
- Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine
- Marta Lucía Ramírez, Vice President of Colombia.
- Former heads of state
- Horacio Cartes, former President of Paraguay
- César Gaviria, former President of Colombia.
- Andrés Pastrana, former President of Colombia.
- Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, former President of Peru
- Porfirio Lobo Sosa, former President of Honduras
- Ricardo Martinelli, former President of Panama
- Ernesto Pérez Balladares, former President of Panama
- Juan Carlos Varela, former President of Panama
- Francisco Flores Pérez, former President of El Salvador
- Heads of government
- Patrick Achi, Prime Minister of Côte d’Ivoire
- Andrej Babiš, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
- Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Emir of Dubai
- Najib Mikati, Prime Minister of Lebanon
- Former heads of government
- Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
- Aires Ali, former Prime Minister of Mozambique
- Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Bahraini Royal and former Prime Minister
- Tung Chee-hwa, former Chief Executive of Hong Kong
- Leung Chun-ying, former Chief Executive of Hong Kong
- Laurent Lamothe, former Prime Minister of Haiti
- Hassan Diab, former Prime Minister of Lebanon
- Haim Ramon – former Vice Prime Minister of Israel
Heads of organizations
- United Nations Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.
- Jorge Arganis Díaz Leal, Secretary of Communications and Transport
- Paulo Guedes, Minister of the Economy
- Wopke Hoekstra, Minister of Finance and Leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal
- Shaukat Tarin, Finance Minister of Pakistan
- Moonis Elahi, Minister for Water Resources
- Raja Nadir Pervez, Former Minister for Interior of Pakistan
- John Dalli, Former Maltese Minister and EU Commissioner
- Arthur Tugade, incumbent Secretary of Transportation
- Daim Zainuddin, former Minister of Finance and Chief of the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP)
- Siniša Mali, Minister of Finance and former Mayor of Belgrade
- Nirupama Rajapaksa, former Deputy Minister of Water Supply & Drainage of Sri Lanka
- Khan Arif Usmani, President National Bank of Pakistan
- Mohsen Marzouk, Secretary-General of the Arab Democracy Foundation
- Ángela María Orozco, Minister of Transport.
- Mir Shakilur Rehman, Editor-in-chief of Jang Media Group
- Hameed Haroon, CEO Dawn Media Group
- Sultan Ali Lakhani, CEO Express Media Group
- Arif Nizami, deceased renowned journalist and editor of Pakistan Today
- Sharjeel Memon, former member of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh from June to May
- Chaudhry Moonis Elahi, Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan
- Aleem Khan, Senior Minister of Punjab and Minister of Food, Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab
- Nir Barkat, former mayor of Jerusalem and current member of the Knesset
- Haim Ramon – former Vice Prime Minister of Israel and former member of the Knesset
- The family of Win Gatchalian and Rex Gatchalian, Senator of the Philippines and current mayor of Valenzuela City
- Faisal Vawda, former member of the National Assembly and Minister for Water Resources from August to March , Presently member of the Senate
- Satish Sharma, former deceased member of the Union Cabinet in the Government of India.
- Qiya Feng, Delegate, Henan Province
- Nasry Asfura, current mayor of Tegucigalpa.
- Ricardo Álvarez, current Vice President of Honduras and former mayor of Tegucigalpa.
- Roberto Campos Neto, president of the Central Bank of Brazil
- Jaime Durán Barba, consultant of former President of Argentina Mauricio Macri
- Zulema María Eva Menem, former First Lady of Argentina and daughter of former president of Argentina
- Daniel Muñoz, secretary of former president of Argentina Néstor Kirchner
- Julio Scherer Ibarra es , former advisor of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador
- Andres D. Bautista, former Chairman of the Commission on Elections and Chairman of the Presidential Commission on Good Government
- Rolando Gapud, businessman and former associate of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
- Dennis Uy, businessman, Honorary Consul of the Philippines to Kazakhstan
- Aymeric Chauprade, former member of the European Parliament
- Lisandro Junco Riveira, chairman of National Directorate of Taxes and Customs.
- Guillermo Botero, ambassador of Colombia in Chile and former minister of Defence.
- Luis Diego Monsalve, ambassador of Colombia in China.
- Lalla Hasnaa, Princess of Morocco
- Abdullah II, King of Jordan.
- Anil Ambani – Indian businessperson
- John Shaw – Indian businessperson
- Nirav Modi – Indian businessperson
- Javed Afridi – Owner of the Peshawar Zalmi franchise, Pakistani business executive and entrepreneur.
- María Asunción Aramburuzabala, Mexican businessperson
- Germán Larrea Mota-Velasco, Mexican businessperson
- Graeme Briggs – founder of the Asiaciti Trust.
- Du Shuanghua, Chinese Billionaire
- Aco Đukanović, Montenegrin businessperson
- Blažo Đukanović, Montenegrin businessperson
- Antonio Jose, vulgo Pai, Construction Tycoon
- Beny Steinmetz – Israeli businessperson
- Olegario Vázquez Aldir, Mexican businessperson
- Masayoshi Son, Japanese billionaire technology entrepreneur
- The Aboitiz family, Philippine businesspersons
- Joselito Campos, Jr., son of Jose Yao Campos, Philippine businessperson
- Helen Dee, daughter of Alfonso Yuchengco, Philippine businessperson and banker
- The Gaisano family, Philippine businesspersons
- Oscar Hilado, Philippine businessperson
- The Tantoco family, Philippine businesspersons
- The Wenceslao family, Philippine businesspersons
- Enrique K. Razon, Philippine businessperson
- The estate of Henry Sy, including Teresita Sy-Coson and his other children, Philippine businesspersons
- Mohamed Amersi, British businessperson
- Alejandro Santo Domingo, Colombian businessperson.
- Luis Carlos Sarmiento, Colombian businessperson.
- Isaac, Jaime and Gabriel Gilinski, Colombian businesspersons.
- Eduardo Pacheco Cortés, Colombian businessperson.
- The Barberi family, Colombian businesspersons.
- Colombia The Echavarría family, Colombian businesspersons.
- Ángel Di María, Argentine football player
- Carlo Ancelotti, Italian football manager
- Elton John, British singer
- Ringo Starr, British drummer and former member of The Beatles
- Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, German-born Danish princess and entrepreneur
- Claudia Schiffer, German model
- Julio Iglesias, Spanish singer
- Lee Soo-man, South Korean record executive and record producer
- Miguel Bosé, Spanish singer
- Spain Pep Guardiola, Spanish football manager
- Shakira, Colombian singer
- Swedish House Mafia, Swedish house music group
- Sachin Tendulkar, Indian cricketer
What are the Pandora Papers? The Pandora Papers are 11.9 million leaked documents (comprising 2.9 terabytes of data) that were published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) beginning on 3 October 2021.
The Pandora Papers cache contains 11.9 million documents from firms hired by wealthy clients to set up offshore structures and trusts in tax havens like Panama, Dubai, Monaco, Switzerland, and the Cayman Islands.
They reveal 35 world leaders’ secret offshore dealings, including current and former presidents, prime ministers, and heads of state. They also shed light on the hidden finances of over 300 other public figures in over 90 countries, including government ministers, judges, mayors, and military generals.
The files contain information about major Conservative donors, which poses difficult questions for Boris Johnson as his party gathers for its annual conference.
The leaked data includes more than 100 billionaires, as well as celebrities, rock stars, and business leaders. Many use shell companies to hold luxury items such as property and yachts, as well as incognito bank accounts. There’s even art, from looted Cambodian antiquities to Picasso paintings and Banksy murals.