Impact of Paradise Papers can be 'superficial'
The Isle of Man must do more to protect its international reputation, according to a well-known tax specialist.
It has been three months since the Paradise Papers alleged Manx authorities were willfully allowing the super wealthy to avoid paying tax.
Although allegations of wrongdoing have not been substantiated, the immediate fallout has left a mark on the nation's image.
An ensuing debate in the House of Commons saw some MPs brand the Island 'dodgy'.
In spite of a recent study concluding the Island is less secretive than the UK and other Crown Dependencies, Paul Beckett says there is still work to do: