Editors note: As the year winds down, we wanted to revisit some of the best accountability journalism from our global partners from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
Dozens of journalists sifted through millions of leaked records and thousands of names to produce ICIJ’s investigation into offshore secrecy. Keep reading
Trusts held in the Cook Islands can put money beyond the reach of American justice. Keep reading
Secret records obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists reveal tens of thousands of people in more than 170 countries and territories linked to offshore companies and trusts. Keep reading
ICIJ’s exploration of the secretive world of offshore companies and trusts began after a computer hard drive packed with corporate data and personal information and e-mails arrived in the mail. Keep reading
Internal records of offshore trusts and companies in the South Pacific and the Caribbean reveal sanctuaries for secrecy-seekers. Keep reading
British Virgin Islands firm kept doing business with shady characters even as regulators prodded it to obey anti-money-laundering laws. Keep reading
Big players are taking unprecedented steps to stop offshore abuses, but financial crime fighters worry reforms don’t go far enough. Keep reading
On opposite ends of the world, governments are cracking down on pesticides as a potential cause of a mysterious form of kidney disease killing agricultural workers. Keep reading
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