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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.
Carlos Cardoen sold cluster bombs to Saddam Hussein. Leaked documents detail how an elite firm chose to stick with the notorious former arms merchant
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.
Leaked records reveal details of the company’s “strong relationship” with tax authorities in the Netherlands, a corporate tax haven where Uber has registered dozens of subsidiaries.
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.
Irish member Colm Keena has been covering business and political corruption for decades, and most recently worked with ICIJ on a story about one of Ireland’s most notorious crime gangs.
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.
Afrigo, a real estate firm with ties to a Chinese construction giant, disguised more than $200 million using fake loans, fictional imports, phantom entities and more with the help of bankers and other enablers, according to a government audit.
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.
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.
Documents leaked to ICIJ tie the Kinahan organized crime cartel to companies and enablers in the Middle East’s top secrecy haven.
Amid the hunt for Russian assets, reformers say financial transparency in the U.S. is long overdue.
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.
With scant oversight, registered agents have long been seen as a weak point in the U.S. financial system.
The UAE hasn’t done enough to crack down on dirty money flows and needs extra monitoring, the Financial Action Task Force says.
As an attorney for the law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers was cleared in one case, the justice department announced a money laundering trial against 32 other defendants.
The Pandora Papers shed new light on the offshore dealings of powerful figures close to Angola’s former president who were recently sanctioned by the U.S.
An oligarch, a dictator’s aide and a beverage tycoon turned to America’s least populated state to shelter assets, the Pandora Papers show.
Pandora Papers show a Wall Street plan to cash in on the foreclosure crisis by pouring money into rental homes, part of an unprecedented flow of global finance into US suburbs that has left stressed tenants in its wake.