The Global Muckraker

Luxembourg’s second trial against two whistleblowers and a journalist will extend into the New Year as the Lux Leaks legal stoush continues.

Tillerson directed offshore company used in Russia deals
Sasha Chavkin · December 17, 2016

The ExxonMobil chief nominated by Donald Trump to be Secretary of State was a director of an offshore company that had close dealings with Russia.

In remembrance: Phillip Knightley and David Donald
Charles Lewis and Gordon Witkin · December 16, 2016

The journalism community lost two influential and well-respected members last week, with the passing of Phillip Knightley and David Donald.

Radical sharing: Breaking paradigms to achieve change
Marina Walker Guevara · December 7, 2016

SPEECH: ICIJ’s deputy director on investigative journalism, press freedom and how collaboration can help the world face today’s challenges.

Luxembourg added 172 new tax deals in year after LuxLeaks
Hamish Boland-Rudder · December 7, 2016

As a second trial against a reporter and two whistleblowers nears, a new report claims the number of “sweetheart” tax deals has grown.

Panama Papers have had historic global effects — and the impacts keep coming
Will Fitzgibbon and Emilia Díaz-Struck · December 1, 2016

The investigation has produced a daily drumbeat of regulatory moves, follow-up stories and calls for more action to combat offshore financial secrecy.

Journalists face backlash over Panama Papers reporting
Will Fitzgibbon · December 1, 2016

Politicians, business executives and thousands of their supporters have responded with vitriol, threats, cyberattacks and lawsuits.

By the numbers: Eight months of Panama Papers global impact
Will Fitzgibbon and Emilia Díaz-Struck · December 1, 2016

The Panama Papers investigation continues to produce an almost daily drumbeat of regulatory moves, follow-up stories and calls for more action. This is how the world has responded so far.

Experts urge Panama to reform financial services industry
Will Fitzgibbon · November 21, 2016

A government-appointed panel has told Panama to address opacity in its financial system and do more to stop the flow of dark money.

BVI hits Mossack Fonseca with largest fine ever
Hamish Boland-Rudder · November 16, 2016

The $440,000 penalty followed a six-month investigation triggered by revelations from the Panama Papers.