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New Delhi: One more Keralite’s name has been figured in the controversial Panama Papers.
According to The Indian Express report, documents in the MF files show Dinesh Parameswaran Nair, who belongs to Ranni village in Pathanamthitta district, as a director of a company called Geldin Trading Co. which was incorporated in the BVI on August 17, 2007.
Dinesh Parameswaran, son of a small-time copra (desiccated coconut) trader left home after graduation and worked for several years in Mumbai before moving to Hong Kong in 2008.
The Certificate of Incumbency shows that he has 25,000 shares in the company along with a Chinese national.
On Wednesday, The Indian Express had reported that businessman George Mathew, a native of Thiruvananthapuram, was among the new names that emerged in the list.
George Mathew is a chartered accountant who moved to Singapore 12 years ago. He launched a firm, Future Books, which describes itself as a one-stop service-provider for setting up companies.