Paradise Papers: Trove of 13.4 million leaked documents exposes U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross' ties to a company partly owned by Putin
A massive leak of millions of documents has revealed that heads of state, criminals and celebrities conduct and sometimes conceal their business activities in tax havens. The leak exposes holdings in shadowy companies that are owned by 11 past and present heads of state, and reveals how partners of Russian President Vladimir Putin clandestinely transferred no less than $2 billion through banks and companies registered in tax shelters. For more information, visit: panamapapers.icij.org
Haaretz reporters among international consortium that won the Pulitzer for Explanatory Reporting
Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca documents show that some of those involved in investigation into prime minister are tied to companies registered in tax havens.
The Amana movement that carries out settlement construction in the West Bank has been receiving tens of millions from a mystery company in the Central American tax haven, via a nonprofit that was also controlled by the movement. A Haaretz investigation as part of the Settlement Dollars Project.
The bank seeks to drop account holders who might be evading taxes.
Panama-based law firm at center of 'Panama Papers' leaks that expose shadowy holdings in offshore companies.
Former Saudi intelligence chief-turned-CIA intermediary Kamal Adham used Panamanian law firm at the center of the Panama Papers, Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper reveals.
The Modigliani artwork, allegedly looted from a Jewish art dealer during the Holocaust, was sold at a London auction in 1996 to an offshore company reportedly created by the Mossack Fonseca law firm; today it's worth about $25 million.
The cache of documents revealed how a law firm fictitiously named the Red Cross and the World Wildlife Fund as beneficiaries.
The British prime minister hopes to end days of questions about his personal wealth caused by the mention of his father's offshore fund in the leaked documents.
Panama Papers leaked from law firm Mossack Fonseca uncover the exclusive club that lines the pockets of Palestine's political and financial elite, Haaretz investigation finds.
Russia's president defends himself against allegations of corrupt links to offshore accounts, calling leaked documents an 'information product.'
Diamond and mining magnate Dan Gertler is mentioned more than 200 times in the leaked documents of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, a leader in establishing shell companies that often serve to conceal the ownership of assets.
Extremely belatedly, the world is waking up and starting to protest corporate tax shelters.
The president of Ukraine is the latest politician to claim transparency.
In first statements since the leaked documents were made public, U.S. president defends international community's commitment to combating illicit tax havens.
Prime minister responds to vote of no confidence and mass demonstrations, in wake of revelation of alleged conflict of interest over his wife's company.
Transparency register would join effort to fight tax evasion and terrorism financing, justice minister says.
The White House declines comment, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Ramon Fonseca, director of law firm Mossack Fonseca, which specializes in setting up offshore companies, says his firm suffered a successful but "limited" hack.
Governments began investigating possible financial wrongdoing by the powerful following a leak of documents which allegedly show how clients avoided tax or laundered money.
Global exposé by dozens of newspapers sparks strong reactions especially in the UK where PM's late father shows up on list of clients using overseas secrecy services.
'For 40 years Mossack Fonseca has operated beyond reproach in our home country and in other jurisdictions where we have operations,' company spokesman says.
From barrel bombs in Syria to sex slaves in Russia, massive tax haven document leak exposes corruption and crime on global scale.
A trove of files obtained by German journalists reveals how a global industry of law firms and large banks sell financial secrecy services to politicians, crooks and drug dealers as well as billionaires, celebrities and sports stars.
An ICIJ probe finds that Panama-based Mossack Fonseca has helped many politicians and their families operate businesses in secrecy, offshore.
Panama Papers: Hundreds of Israeli Companies, Shareholders Listed in Leaked Documents Detailing Offshore Holdings
Leaked documents of Panamanian law firm reveal shell companies linked to prominent Israeli lawyers and business persons.
Suspect payments made by Putin associates were in some instances designed to pay bribes, leaked Panama papers' documents suggest.