Dan Gertler was first frozen out of the U.S. financial system in 2017 after Paradise Papers exposed how he helped secure lucrative mining rights for commodities giant Glencore.
The Swiss investigation into the mining giant comes on top of probes in the US and the UK.
Australia’s top court has rejected a move by one of the world’s most profitable companies to stop tax officials from using the Paradise Papers.
One year on from the Paradise Papers, the mining giant has sought to protect its tax secrets in Australia while agreeing to a financial settlement with Canadian regulators.
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.
How did Glencore manage to get a $440m discount - the equivalent to a year's education budget - in the Congo?
One of the world’s largest companies went to extra lengths to keep its ties to a flotilla of commodity freighters secret.
A village hoped for a better life. Burkina Faso expected more tax revenue. Residents and officials said Glencore gave them neither.
A new leak of confidential records reveals the financial hideaways of iconic brands and power brokers across the political spectrum.
Here’s everything you need to know about one of the world’s largest offshore law firms.
Law firm’s internal files reveal oil, mineral and grain trader Glencore signed secret deals and loaned millions to a high-risk business partner.
Read Glencore’s full response to ICIJ questions relating to Glencore in the the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Read Glencore's full response to our questions regarding their work in Burkina Faso.