Impact

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.

Panama Papers: US files first criminal charges over money laundering scheme
Will Fitzgibbon · December 4, 2018

Four men allegedly defrauded the U.S. government through a “large scale, intercontinental money laundering” scheme, prosecutors announced.

Panama Papers: German police raid Deutsche Bank headquarters over alleged money laundering
Hamish Boland-Rudder and Will Fitzgibbon · November 29, 2018

The investigation is focused on whether Germany’s biggest bank helped clients set up offshore accounts to transfer money from criminal activities.

Algeria launches money laundering probe on back of Panama Papers
Will Fitzgibbon · September 10, 2018

The government of Algeria has launched a money-laundering investigation based on information revealed by the Panama Papers.