Online news site Diken compiled the list here.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has published a searchable database that strips away the secrecy of nearly 214,000 offshore entities created in 21 jurisdictions, from Nevada to Hong Kong and the British Virgin Islands.
The data, part of the Panama Papers investigation, is the largest ever release of information about offshore companies and the people behind them. This includes, when available, the names of the real owners of those opaque structures.
It’s hard to enumerate all the people to whom this would be politically significant: the Israeli opposition; leadership rivals from Benjamin Netanyahu’s own party; Islamists who are at odds with wahabiism; fighters in Yemen and other territories
German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung made history last month when it revealed that it had received 11.5 million documents pertaining to shell companies around the world that originated from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. The leak incriminated numerous companies and prominent individuals in attempts to ship their money off to tax havens and to hide their wealth. It isn’t easy for a single publication’s team to unpack all that data in a reasonable amount of time, so SZ teamed up with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) to sift through the 2.6TB trove. And now, you can take a peek…