Appleby under the spotlight as data hack releases millions of client documents to media

Offshore firm faces intense media scrutiny after cybersecurity breach

Offshore firm Appleby has come under intense scrutiny after millions of its documents were exposed to the public in a leak dubbed the ‘Paradise Papers’.

The law firm’s dealings have been made public after more than 13 million files were leaked to German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) following a cyber breach last year.

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