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On the Pandora Papers (10/11/21)

Readers of this blog are aware of the major investigation and related articles about the “Pandora Papers.”  The Pandora Papers leaks arise from an investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (“ICIJ”), here, which previously disclosed the Panama Papers.  The ICIJ page on the Pandora Papers is here. I have not written on the […]

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ICIJ Interview with Former AUSA Involved in Panama Papers Investigations and Prosecutions (4/4/21)

ICIJ posted an interview of Sarah Paul, currently of Everhsheds Sutherland, here, who was formerly AUSA in SDNY and significantly involved in investigations and prosecutions related to offshore accounts, prosecutions particularly of enablers such as banks.  Will Fitzgibbon, From front pages to prison time: Behind the scenes of a Panama Papers criminal case (ICIJ 4/3/21), […]

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Panama Papers Produces Another Plea and Conviction, Previously Sealed (3/7/21)

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (“ICIJ”) has this release announcing the plea, conviction and sentencing of a person, Joachim Alexander von der Goltz, implicated in the Panama Papers disclosures.  As reported, this is the third person brought to justice pursuant to the Panama Papers disclosures.  One of the others convicted was Joachim Alexander’s father, […]

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ICIJ Investigations In the News – Panama Papers and Suspicious Activity Reports (9/22/20)

I offer two related items in which the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (“ICIJ”) is involved.  I have written on ICIJ with respect to the so-called “Panama Papers” which involved ICIJ’s investigation into offshore accounts via access to and disclosure of the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca’s files helping tax evaders, including persons subject to […]

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ICIJ Investigations In the News – Panama Papers and Suspicious Activity Reports (9/22/20; 9/25/20)

I offer two related items in which the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (“ICIJ”) is involved.  I have written on ICIJ with respect to the so-called “Panama Papers” which involved ICIJ’s investigation into offshore accounts via access to and disclosure of the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca’s files helping tax evaders, including persons subject to […]