Luxembourg Leaks: Global Companies' Secrets Exposed

Disney, Koch Tax Files Leaked

Latest “Lux Leaks” files obtained by ICIJ disclose secret tax structures sought by “Big 4” accounting giants for brand name international companies.

Explore the Documents: Luxembourg Leaks Database

Search more than 350 global companies to see their secret tax agreements with Luxembourg.

Tricks of the Trade

They are everyday brand names, products and services we all use – but where does the money go and how much tax do these companies pay?
ICIJ's investigation into secret corporate tax deals in Luxembourg

Leaked Documents Expose Global Companies’ Secret Tax Deals

Tiny European duchy a “magical fairyland” for corporations seeking to cut tax bills.

Koch Industries' Mysterious 'Internal Bank' in Switzerland

The Koch brothers are renowned for their political funding and influence, and their privately-owned global business empire. But you've probably never heard of Arteva Europe, a Koch Industries company whose Swiss branch makes millions in interest income, pays very little tax, and – mysteriously – has no staffing costs.
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Swedish companies

Controversial Swedish Hospital Partnership Has Luxembourg Links

It is called the flagship of Swedish health care: the modern, new university hospital New Karolinska Solna. But, according to an investigation by Swedish TV program “Uppdrag granskning” (Mission: Investigation), large sums from the prestigious project are routed to the tax haven of Luxembourg.
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Complex investment

How a Canadian Federal Agency Bought German Apartments Through Luxembourg

Why is the Public Sector Pension Investment Board, a Canadian Crown corporation investing money through a foreign tax haven? CBC reporter Frédéric Zalac and producer Harvey Cashore travel to Luxembourg to reveal these "Secrets of the Crown."
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Complex tax structures

Dyson, Glanbia Among British and Irish Firms Using Luxembourg to Cut Tax Bills

Investigations by The Guardian and The Irish Times has uncovered the multi-billion dollar secrets of some of the world’s largest multinationals, including British and Irish-headquartered firms like Shire, Dyson, and Glanbia.
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Australia responds

‘We Will Take Action:’ Australian Tax Chief Calls For Global Probe Into Leak Revelations

Ikea store in Australia
Australia’s tax chief may go after some of the country’s biggest corporations for potential discrepancies in their tax payments following the release of confidential agreements made between Luxembourg and multinational corporations.
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