News from The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
The investigation has produced a daily drumbeat of regulatory moves, follow-up stories and calls for more action to combat offshore financial secrecy.
Politicians, business executives and thousands of their supporters have responded with vitriol, threats, cyberattacks and lawsuits.
A government-appointed panel has told Panama to address opacity in its financial system and do more to stop the flow of dark money.
The $440,000 penalty followed a six-month investigation triggered by revelations from the Panama Papers.
Report's authors say that the U.S. and EU have the power to force other nations to embrace transparency reforms by threatening to cut off financial access.
Nawaz Sharif defended himself before the nation’s highest court as an opposition protest turned into a celebratory rally.
Political protests threaten to shut down Pakistan's capital, while in the U.S. senators have demanded answers from authorities on the Panama Papers.
The Center for Public Integrity has begun a process aimed at spinning off ICIJ as an independent nonprofit organization.
A PR firm is being paid $50,000 a month to help the Panama government, while arrests, protests and more continue around the world.
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