Panama Papers

More data than ever before added to the Offshore Leaks Database
Cecile S. Gallego · February 12, 2018

New data from the Paradise Papers will allow you to explore more information on companies registered in the Cook Islands, Samoa and Malta.

The U.S. list of wealthy Russians and our offshore investigations
Spencer Woodman · February 5, 2018

The U.S. released its controversial (and unoriginal) public list of Russian oligarchs. We’ve seen many of them before – offshore.

EU Removes Panama, Seven Others, From Tax Haven Blacklist
Cecile S. Gallego · January 23, 2018

Only nine countries are now left on the European Union’s first tax haven blacklist.

Fairy Tales, Spaghetti And Patience: How Authorities Respond To The Paradise Papers
Will Fitzgibbon · January 22, 2018

Australian Taxation Office commissioner Chris Jordan talks to ICIJ about national tax authorities’ coordinated global response to the Paradise Papers revelations.

TEDx Talk: ‘Democracy depends on how we archive and share data’
ICIJ · January 17, 2018

Mar Cabra believes that journalists need to archive documents and share them so they can connect the dots between stories and make sense of the future.

How to explore networks and entity metadata
Cecile S. Gallego · January 16, 2018

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 fair, transparent tax system will be lost to vested interests without public pressure
Simon Bowers · January 15, 2018

ICIJ’s Paradise Papers and Panama Papers investigations have spurred many reforms, but ongoing public pressure is needed for more change.

Stories of collaboration: Scouring the Paradise Papers, with almost 400 new friends
Michael Forsythe · January 11, 2018

New York Times reporter Mike Forsythe reveals what it’s like to work on a global investigation like the Paradise Papers.

Panama Papers helps recover more than $500 million
Cecile S. Gallego · December 27, 2017

Tax authorities worldwide have recouped millions of dollars since the Panama Papers were first published in April 2016.

The Long Twilight Struggle Against Offshore Secrecy
Will Fitzgibbon and Dean Starkman · December 27, 2017

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.