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.
A museum and private collectors relinquished dozens of religious artifacts linked to alleged antiquities smuggler Douglas Latchford, whose offshore trusts were uncovered in the Pandora Papers.
ICIJ’s Paradise Papers and Pandora Papers investigations had previously exposed the popstar’s web of shell companies in offshore jurisdictions.
The Enablers Act, included in the annual defense bill, was first proposed shortly after ICIJ’s Pandora Papers investigation exposed widespread exploitation of lax financial disclosure rules in the U.S.
With furor over the powerful family’s riches at a fever pitch, foiled escape to Dubai spotlights special relationship to the emirate.
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.
ICIJ has curated a special email series to guide readers through the key findings of the biggest offshore financial investigation in history.
The Nobel Peace Center hosted ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle alongside Norwegian ICIJ member Per Anders Johansen for a discussion about the Pandora Papers, Panama Papers, and coordinating huge global investigations.
Multiple U.S. government agencies announced new restrictions on dozens of entities and assets in response to Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, including Putin’s close friends and allies, as well as yacht brokerages and defense industry companies.
The Tax Justice Network singled out lax trust laws as a major drawback to financial transparency reforms in its biennial report, calling on G-7 nations to commit to creating a global asset register.
While the industries are now barred from working with anyone inside Russia, professional enablers of financial secrecy in states like Wyoming and Alaska have opposed proposals to increase transparency.
MONEYVAL rebuked governments across Europe for failing to combat money laundering or police lawyers, accountants and other professionals who facilitate financial crime.
Gold billionaire Suleyman Kerimov violated sanctions in funding the luxury ship, U.S. says.
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.
ICIJ's media partners have used the Pandora Papers, FinCEN Files and Paradise and Panama Papers to uncover numerous secret networks of Russian oligarchs, businesspeople and more.
Roman Anin shares his journey to investigative journalism, and talks about the dangers of working as a reporter in Russia, the challenge of holding powerful people accountable in the face of constant threats.
In honoring the Pandora Papers with a number of awards, judges and commentators have described the global investigation as "stunning" and "one of the essential stories of our time."
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.
A web of shell companies tied to Suleiman Kerimov and a flawed bank warning system point to challenges Western governments face in the hunt for Kremlin-linked money.