IMPACT

Paradise Papers: The world reacts to Ross, Queen, global revelations

Political leaders and tax-justice advocates are raising new calls for legislative reforms and official inquiries in the wake of of the Paradise Papers.

Political leaders and tax-justice advocates are raising new calls for legislative reforms and official inquiries in the wake of of the Paradise Papers investigation’s revelations about the offshore dealings of hundreds of powerbrokers and international corporations.

The year-long probe led by ICIJ is based on a cache of 13.4 million leaked files from 19 secrecy jurisdictions and two offshore providers, Appleby and Asiaciti. The documents were obtained by German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung and shared with more than 380 journalists in more than 65 countries.

Since ICIJ and its partners began releasing their stories Sunday, reactions have been reverberating from Washington, D.C., to Bermuda to London to India and all around the world:

PARADISE PAPERS

Nike fails to stop EU probe on billions in alleged tax dodging

Jul 15, 2021
IMPACT

Global corporate tax crackdown plan moves forward, but faces key US hurdle

Jul 14, 2021
Reporters convene during a trip to Bermuda for Paradise Papers.
BEHIND THE SCENES

How reporting for ICIJ prepared me to become a certified anti-money laundering specialist

Jul 07, 2021
TAX HAVENS

G7 finance ministers agree on 15% minimum tax to crack down on corporate tax dodging

Jun 07, 2021
European Parliament
PARADISE PAPERS

EU tax transparency rules leave tax justice advocates craving more ambitious reforms

Jun 02, 2021
European Parliament EU flag
TAXES

European plan to unify corporate tax rules and recoup billions faces steep hurdles ahead

May 21, 2021
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