Browse the ICIJ’s complete collection of articles and commentary on offshore secrecy.
After ICIJ’s FinCEN Files investigation, transparency advocates cheered a new law mandating a beneficial ownership register in the U.S. Two years later, experts are expressing serious concerns.
In the first installment of this multi-part video series, ICIJ’s training manager Jelena Cosic walks through the basics of how to search through more than 800,000 offshore entities from the Pandora Papers, Panama Papers and more.
French financial authorities are looking into Andrej Babis’ acquisition of a lavish property on the French riviera through offshore companies ー a $22 million deal first revealed by ICIJ and media partners.
ICIJ’s Paradise Papers and Pandora Papers investigations had previously exposed the popstar’s web of shell companies in offshore jurisdictions.
With furor over the powerful family’s riches at a fever pitch, foiled escape to Dubai spotlights special relationship to the emirate.
Executives agreed to share driver data to “contain” a tax audit and deflect from the tech giant’s use of European and Caribbean tax havens, new leak shows.
ICIJ’s latest investigation exposes how a massive lobbying machine paved the tech giant’s road to global domination.
Read the full statement from Uber spokeswoman Jill Hazelbaker, in response to questions asked by ICIJ and its media partners as part of the Uber Files investigation.
In his new book “What’s the Matter with Delaware?” former Financial Times reporter Hal Weitzman explores the tiny state’s massive role in global financial secrecy.
Proposed in the wake of the Pandora Papers, the Enablers Act requires trust companies, lawyers, art dealers and others to vet clients seeking to move money and assets into the American financial system.
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.
A magic pill, a mysterious hard drive, a masterful data and tech team — the database was the result of tense decisions, a bit of luck and a lot of work.
The Offshore Leaks Database spans five different leaks, and now includes information on offshore companies, foundations and trusts from seven offshore service providers from ICIJ’s latest investigation on the use of tax havens.
Leak reveals sanctioned money launderer John Morrissey set up offshore companies and sought to open Panamanian bank accounts tied to the site.
Amid the hunt for Russian assets, reformers say financial transparency in the U.S. is long overdue.
As President Gotabaya Rajapaksa faces calls to resign, a government inquiry into the hidden wealth of members of the ruling family prompted by ICIJ reporting is delayed.
To make sanctions more than symbolic, democratic countries would have to inconvenience their own rich people, says British journalist Oliver Bullough, author of a new book on the U.K.'s role in the offshore economy.
What’s an oligarch? How do sanctions work? What have ICIJ investigations revealed about Vladimir Putin and his money? We answer frequently asked questions about Russia and offshore finance.
The Amadea, believed to be owned by sanctioned gold tycoon Suleiman Kerimov, is the latest target in an international search for luxury vessels linked to close allies of Vladimir Putin.
Longtime PwC client Alexei Mordashov was hailed as Russia’s richest man in 2021. The Pandora Papers reveal his ties to murky transactions with companies linked to a key Putin associate.
The Offshore Leaks Database spotlights vital new information on the covert financial activities of oligarchs, bankers and politicians as waves of Western sanctions target Putin loyalists.
Leaked documents expose the enablers who made it possible for the Rotenberg brothers, Gennady Timchenko, Alexander Ponomarenko and executives at Russian gas company Gazprom to live large.
A proposed law to establish a public beneficial ownership register would build on post-Panama Papers reforms to end use of the country as a tax haven.
Alexei Mordashov, one of Russia’s richest tycoons, transferred most of his ownership stake in tourism conglomerate TUI to a Caribbean shell company controlled by the mother of his children.
The fast-food giant is a partner in a Cyprus-registered joint venture with VTB Bank, known as Putin’s “piggy bank,” that shuffled money to and from an anonymous shell company in Seychelles.