Paradise Papers: Secrets of the Global Elite

Number 28479
Subject Taxes
Source International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Year 2017
Publication Date November 2017 to December 2017
Summary The “Paradise Papers” exposed secret tax machinations of some of the world’s most powerful people and corporations. The leaked source data came from 21 different sources in almost as many formats, posing a data-management and structuring nightmare. Coping with all that demanded innovation from ICIJ’s multidisciplinary data team, which had to store, secure and structure 13.4 million files that came from two separate offshore service providers and 19 different tax havens, then find a way to share it with journalists on six continents and help them make sense of it all.
Category Philip Meyer Contest entry
Keywords taxes, Paradise Papers, tax dodging, offshore account, tax havens, international reporting, ICIJ, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, financial industry, corruption, conflict of interest
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