For one Offshore Leaks reporter the data was daunting, but reporting at home was even more challenging.
One of the most frequent questions people ask us these days is “How in the world did you get 86 journalists to work together?”
Germany’s top finance official says offshore reports could spur action.
China slips in a global corruption ranking following revelations that the country’s wealthy elite use offshore tax havens.
One of the many reactions from our series on offshore tax havens has been government agencies from Germany, Greece, South Korea, Canada and the U.S. asking for access to the 2.5 million files that form the basis of our reporting.
It’s certainly one of the the biggest single leaks of documents in the history of investigative reporting. And it names names.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has just launched the next part of our multi-year project aimed at stripping away the biggest mystery associated with tax havens: the owners of anonymous companies.