Read more about Nominee Directors Linked to Intelligence, Military
Companies making use of offshore secrecy include firm that supplied surveillance software used by repressive regimes.
Read more about Britons Snapped Up Luxury Villas on Thai Island
Former tennis star David Lloyd among UK citizens who used offshore companies to buy high-end properties on island of Phuket.
Read more about Post-Soviet Billionaires Invade UK ... Via British Virgin Islands
Questions arise as mega-rich from Russia and former Soviet republics descend on London.
Read more about One Block in London, Many Secret Owners
Bankrupt Irish developer and the Ukraine’s richest man are among individuals linked to hyper-lux apartments for the super rich.
Read more about Who’s Buying Britain? Probe Reveals Real Estate Speculators Hidden By Offshore Alchemy
Secretive trusts and companies born in British Virgin Islands have helped anonymous buyers snap up luxury properties in London and other UK locales.
Read more about ‘Fatal Blow’ Against Sham Corporate Directors Not So Fatal After All
UK’s crackdown on Channel island ‘Sark Lark’ simply scattered key players to other tax havens.
Read more about How the nominee trick works
Three pieces of paper allow companies' real owners to hide behind 'nominee' directors.
Read more about Meet the Queen of Nevis
British woman living on goat-tramped Caribbean outcropping listed as director for more than 1,200 companies.
Read more about Front Men Disguise the Offshore Game's Real Players
Joint probe by ICIJ, the BBC and the Guardian unmasks 28 "nominee directors" who pose as public faces for more than 21,500 companies.
- Panama Papers wins Pulitzer Prize
- New Law, New Loophole, New Business for Giant Global Bank HSBC
- Former EU Official Among Politicians Named in New Leak of Offshore Files from The Bahamas
- Two world leaders added to Panama Papers Power Players
- Omidyar Network grants up to $4.5m to support ICIJ projects
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