To “tame the bear,” Uber partnered with a Kremlin bank and offered stock enticements to Russian oligarchs, internal memos reveal.
Multiple U.S. government agencies announced new restrictions on dozens of entities and assets in response to Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, including Putin’s close friends and allies, as well as yacht brokerages and defense industry companies.
Roman Anin shares his journey to investigative journalism, and talks about the dangers of working as a reporter in Russia, the challenge of holding powerful people accountable in the face of constant threats.
A web of shell companies tied to Suleiman Kerimov and a flawed bank warning system point to challenges Western governments face in the hunt for Kremlin-linked money.
For a decade, ICIJ has revealed the financial secrets of Russia’s most powerful people. Our team is mining millions of leaked files for new revelations.
Vladimir Putin’s top image-maker Konstantin Ernst, who was the subject of a Pandora Papers exposé, was one of a number of prominent media figures included in the new sanctions.
Billionaire brothers Arkady and Boris Rotenberg bought millions of dollars in art, even while U.S. institutions were banned from doing business with them.
Trump cabinet member retains a stake in company that provides shipping for Putin's son-in-law and sanctioned oligarchs.
Complex offshore financial deals channel money and power towards a network of people and companies linked to President Vladimir Putin.