Latest news on Appleby, the providers of offshore legal services, based in Bermuda with offices in many tax havens.
Paradise Papers reveal how billionaire Andrei Skoch financed the acquisition of luxury assets including a yacht now targeted by U.S. sanctions, while offshore law firm Appleby disregarded his alleged ties to Russian criminal groups.
The British dependency is still facilitating the super-rich owners of private jets to fly below European taxes almost three years after Paradise Papers first revealed the practice.
Four years after Panama Papers, why ICIJ continues to report on tax havens, and those who exploit them.
The dos Santos brewery masterplan hinged on one of the couple’s favorite business entities: shell companies. This time the couple turned to Mauritius the small island tax haven off the east coast of Africa.
Vladimir Romanov allegedly looted millions of dollars from a failed bank that will now be clawed back.
A collaborative investigation has exposed what they describe as "the banality" of tax evasion costing France millions of euros each year.
Law firm Appleby has ended its legal action against the the Guardian and the BBC over their roles in the Paradise Papers investigation.
Mauritian authorities have frozen 91 bank accounts linked to investor Jean-Claude Bastos, a key figure from the Paradise Papers with close connections to Angola’s former leaders.
Chicago Tribune reporters used ICIJ’s data to debunk claims by Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzker.
The masterminds who promote and sell tax avoidance are under fresh scrutiny in the wake of the Paradise Papers and Panama Papers.
The companies behind the New Dawn Satellite channeled millions of dollars through offshore companies in Mauritius, one of the continent’s premier tax havens.
New data from the Paradise Papers will allow you to explore more information on companies registered in the Cook Islands, Samoa and Malta.
A Swiss court has confirmed ongoing criminal investigations into the businesses of Dan Gertler, an Israeli diamond dealer suspected of large-scale corruption in the Congo.
The final in our three-part series: Now you can explore our database, it's time to look at other publicly available data.
Australian Taxation Office commissioner Chris Jordan talks to ICIJ about national tax authorities' coordinated global response to the Paradise Papers revelations.
The formal request from four Republicans suggests that links between Russia and social media companies may be a potential factor in new U.S. sanctions.
Part two of a three-part series: Here are a few tips on how to navigate the networks and extract all the information you can out of ICIJ's Offshore Leaks Database.
A new mass data leak, this time from an elite law firm with elite clients, shows how deeply offshoring is embedded in the global financial system.
Information on more than 680,000 entities in 55 secrecy jurisdictions can now be searched and downloaded.
The offshore law firm at the center of the Paradise Papers has launched legal action against the BBC and The Guardian.
ICIJ’s reporter visited Bermuda to learn more about the island, and its resident law firm Appleby, but when he returned back to the U.S. he got a mysterious phone call.
EU member states voted on a list of tax havens that includes Barbados and Panama but excludes those that were at the heart of the Paradise Papers revelations.
An online gambling firm used the offshore world to cater to U.S. players until a Justice Department crackdown.
ICIJ is looking for journalists to help investigate what universities and colleges are doing offshore. Apply now!
Stephen Schwarzman, an advisor to U.S. President Donald Trump, is CEO of Blackstone Group, which uses "fairly aggressive" tactics to slash its tax bill. Here we publish the documents that detail these maneuvers.