These charts show which countries have the most wealth offshore and what that means for inequality.
ICIJ, Süddeutsche Zeitung and more than 100 media organizations have together won the Investigation of the Year award.
A judge has ruled that a report on HSBC's attempts to fix compliance issues should be public, despite resistance from both the bank and the government.
From tax cheats to heated policy debates, 2015 has been a year of tax scandals, reforms and international agreements.
Prosecutors opened the criminal trial of a former HSBC IT worker accused of theft, but the defendant refused to leave France to face charges.
Luxembourg Leaks, Swiss Leaks and Fatal Extraction investigations honored with 2015 EPPY awards.
A former head of the embattled bank and current member of Britain’s House of Lords has conceded compliance failures at the bank’s Swiss branch.
ICIJ pays tribute to whistleblowers and journalist facing charges as team of more than 200 honored with top prize.
Four months after a historic police raid, Geneva's prosecutor dropped a criminal probe into HSBC, but left the bank with a warning.
Belgian authorities have reportedly investigated about 1000 client accounts from HSBC’s Swiss branch.
Europe’s Swiss bank account holders will have their information automatically shared with their home country under a new tax transparency agreement.
The heiress to a major fashion empire has been sentenced to prison for tax evasion in the first of 50 cases expected in France.
Prosecutors are expanding a criminal investigation to include the bank's global operations, as tax policy becomes a UK election issue.
Banking giant HSBC continues to face questions about its ability to block transactions that facilitate law breaking.
A former HSBC boss and current UK politician has denied “being asleep” at the wheel of the bank, as authorities continue building cases against HSBC.
I’m not new to collaborative journalism. But I’ve never worked in a collaboration with the scope, ambition and sense of mission that I found at ICIJ.
HSBC's leaders faced another session of intense questioning in the UK as the fallout over Swiss Leaks continues.
HSBC’s chief and chairman have conceded the Swiss Leaks scandal has caused “horrible reputational damage” during a UK hearing on the issue.
Britain mulls new laws against tax evasion, as HSBC chief's own private Swiss bank account is revealed.
In the month prior to Swiss Leaks, the bank's typically active U.S. political committee made no contributions.
Swiss prosecutor opens an investigation into allegations of “aggravated money-laundering” following ICIJ's Swiss Leaks revelations.
The global banking giant HSBC has issued a formal apology via full-page newspaper ads in the UK, but faces more investigations.
The bank will face committee investigations in the UK, and politicians in the US are weighing Loretta Lynch's attorney general nomination.
Will ICIJ release all the data? Does ICIJ plan to give the list to governments? Your questions answered, and more.
Pressure is intensifying in multiple countries, as prosecutors consider charging the bank, and governments face questions.
Twelve client notes that show the real people, real emotions, and real (sometimes First World) problems dotted through the Swiss Leaks files.
Public officials across the globe have condemned the behavior of HSBC, and have called for new investigations, laws, and crackdowns.
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