Netflix's new film "The Laundromat" is based on the real-life story of law firm Mossack Fonseca and the so-called "Panama Papers." But what were these papers in real life?
"The Laundromat" is based on the true story of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers, who have sued Netflix for defamation over the movie. But how close is the film to the real events?
Clients quickly began firing off emails demanding to know what information was compromised.
The earliest instance of Trump's name appearing in the Panama Papers details a condo sale at the Trump Palace in New York.
Trump and associates' murky financial dealings deserve greater scrutiny.
The government is looking for new ways to show it is serious about the issue.
Center-right Independence Party wins the largest share of the vote, but at 29 percent it will need partners if it's to form a government.
The disclosure follows the "Panama papers" leaks earlier this year.
The filmmaker has no love for tax havens or the media, he says.
The Spanish director had remained silent on the Panama Papers scandal but spoke out at Cannes.
Imran Khan criticized for hypocrisy after slamming PM Nawaz Sharif for links to off-shore companies.
The former Labour prime minister said his party's voters would help swing the Brexit vote.
The database provides names, banks, trusts and other entities participating in offshore tax shelters.
In total, offshore accounts hold between $24 trillion to $34 trillion, new research shows.
The general prosecutor said the sources of the report were too obscure to be trustworthy.
Imran Khan threatens protests against the Pakistan prime minister due to revelations in the Panama Papers scandal.
The U.S. attorney for Manhattan, Preet Bharara, has launched an official investigation.
Recent events have strained Ukrainians' faith in the twin pillars of the 2014 revolution—closer ties to Europe and the fight against corruption.
Known more for his extreme reclusiveness than his distaste for taxes, the late filmmaker is a good example of why people turn to tax shelters.