Impact

Lux Leaks, Panama Papers spur EU to better protect whistleblowers
Douglas Dalby and Simon Bowers · April 18, 2019

Whistleblowers who leak information to journalists, or reveal unlawful behavior, are a step closer to improved legal protections across Europe.

How Panama Papers changed South Korea
Scilla Alecci · April 12, 2019

We speak with Newstapa’s Boyoung Lim from South Korea about how the Panama Papers affected South Korea.

Panama Papers helps recover more than $1.2 billion around the world
Douglas Dalby and Amy Wilson-Chapman · April 3, 2019

More than $1.2 billion has been publicly collected by governments around the world after the 2016 investigation, the Panama Papers.

Three years on, Panama Papers impact continues
Amy Wilson-Chapman, Antonio Cucho and Will Fitzgibbon · April 3, 2019

The unprecedented investigation into the rogue offshore industry was published on April 3, 2016. Here’s what happened next.

Tallying Panama Papers Impact, One Change At A Time
Ben Hallman · March 15, 2019

The Panama Papers offers “compelling evidence” of the global impact of investigative journalism, according to a new study by the Reuters Institute at Oxford University.

Pakistani Minister Arrested In Ongoing Panama Papers Investigation
Scilla Alecci · February 7, 2019

The Panama Papers fallout continues in Pakistan, where a provincial minister was arrested as part of an investigation into his offshore company.

First American charged with Panama Papers crimes appears in court
Will Fitzgibbon · January 29, 2019

The first person arrested in the United States in relation to the Panama Papers has pleaded not guilty before a New York court. Read the emails, letters, and invoices involving the accused.

Armenia, under new leadership, re-opens Panama Papers case
Will Fitzgibbon · January 23, 2019

Armenia has re-opened a Panama Papers-related probe into a powerful political figure months after a new government came into office on the heels of a peaceful revolution.

Former President Charged With Money Laundering in El Salvador
Sasha Chavkin · January 14, 2019

Mauricio Funes and several associates were charged for allegedly disguising $3.5 million in bribes from a state contractor, using offshore companies uncovered as part of the Panama Papers.

Former Pakistan prime minister sentenced to imprisonment again on corruption charges
Fergus Shiel · December 26, 2018

Pakistan’s anti-corruption court sentenced Nawaz Sharif to a seven-year prison term for failing to account for income related to ownership of a steel mill.