DATA DIVE

Search the Offshore Leaks Database

Now, for the first time, users can access corporate data from the Bahamas – including some politicians’ offshore holdings – online for free.

The ICIJ Offshore Leaks web app allows the public to search more than 100,000 secret companies, trusts and funds created in offshore locales such as the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cook Islands and Singapore.

We are doing this because the political climate has changed so much over the past few months, ever since we published the second part of a multi-year investigative series that aims to strip away the secrecy associated with tax havens.

The Offshore Leaks Database gives ICIJ an opportunity to reach journalists and regular citizens in every corner of the world, particularly in countries most affected by corruption and backroom deals.

ICIJ believes many of the best stories may come from crowdsourcing, when readers explore the database. The public can help us in this critically important work by feeding us further leads about the offshore world that point us to things that might be important. 

At the same time, ICIJ will continue to reject demands from governments that it turn over all its offshore files. ICIJ is an independent network of investigative reporters — not an arm of government.

CLICK HERE TO SEARCH THE ICIJ OFFSHORE LEAKS DATABASE NOW.

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If you have story tips, documents or other information about this issue, contact us at investigations@icij.org.

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