Anonymous CompaniesPress Release
Call for tax havens to open up after offshore exposé
The TED Prize
Watch: Global Witness founder reveals how tax evaders, drug cartels and arms traders use anonymous companies to hide criminal activity and keep millions of people in poverty.
Undercover in New York
Our hidden camera investigation reveals how suspect money can enter the U.S.
The Great Rip Off: Interactive Map
We're mapping the abuse of anonymous company ownership around the world.
Around the world governments spend $9.5 trillion each year on public procurement. It should be no surprise that fraudsters, and corrupt officials, take advantage of this.
Guinea's "Deal of the Century"
It’s not often a story sets out the mechanics of corruption as starkly as the foray by billionaire Beny Steinmetz’s BSG Resources into Guinea.
Corruption & Money LaunderingBriefing
An Idiot's Guide to Money Laundering
Suspect cash to stash? It's easy! Just follow our step by step guide.
Shell and Eni's Misadventures in Nigeria
In 2011, Shell and Eni paid US$1.1bn for one of West Africa’s largest oil fields, situated off the coast of Nigeria, but the money did not benefit the country’s citizens.
Watch - the problem in 60 seconds
Anonymous companies harm ordinary people, everywhere.
Surrey Mansion Used To Hide Suspect Funds
How the UK’s property market is serving as a money-laundering vehicle for the world’s criminal and corrupt.
Inside Malaysia's Shadow State
For 30 years, Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud ruled Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state. Today less than 5 per cent of the state’s once vast rainforests have been spared from logging or conversion to plantations.