All places with a decidedly Anglo-Saxon profile. In order (based on the number of offshore companies incorporated by Mossack Fonseca), they are the British Virgin Islands (BVI), Panama, Bahamas, Seychelles (a former British Crown Colony), Niue (a South Pacific Island with historic ties to New Zealand), Samoa, British Anguilla, Nevada, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom itself. Of these, the BVI is home to (by far) the largest number of havens. Panama runs a strong second. It’s a reminder that as massive as the Panama Papers are, they represent just one bank in the vast offshoring industry.