Leslie Buckley: A spokesman for INM chairman said he was involved in a range of companies in Ireland and internationally. Photograph: Alan Betson

The chairman of Independent News & Media, Leslie Buckley, and non-executive director Paul Connolly were both shareholders and directors of offshor(...)

 An activist clutching a suitcase stuffed with fake money demands greater transparency in new legislation following the  Panama Papers  in Berlin, Germany. File photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Image

Senior international tax officials met at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on Wednesday to discuss responses to the P(...)

Law firm Mossack Fonseca  in Panama City, which specialises in setting up offshore companies, is at the center of the Panama Papers controversy. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Tax authorities are, by their nature, particularly focused on, and limited by, sovereignty. It is not just that, for obvious reasons, national tax au(...)

The Panama Papers project has  involved one of the largest data leaks ever. The 11.5 million leaked files cover 40 years of the operations of one of the world’s largest providers of offshore services, the Panama-headquartered Mossack Fonseca law firm. File photograph:  Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Tax officials from around the world, including the Revenue Commissioners, meet in Paris today to discuss international action in response to the Panam(...)

Seated Man with a Cane by Modigliani: The family of Oscar Stettiner, a Jewish art dealer, claimed he originally owned the painting before fleeing Paris in 1939.

A $25 million (€22m) painting has been sequestered in Geneva after leaked documents from law firm Mossack Fonseca appeared to reveal its disputed owne(...)

Financial secrecy laws in many tax havens facilitate tax avoidance by companies and wealthy individuals while some offshore jurisdictions – including (...)

The offices of Mossack Fonseca:  More than 11 million documents from the files of the Panama-headquartered law firm  were leaked this week. Photograph: Reuters/Carlos Jasso

The Panama Papers dominated global media this week, toppling the Icelandic prime minister and embarrassing the UK’s, infuriating President Putin and (...)

The files link nine of the country’s most prominent families, including a relative of president Xi Jinping,  to secret offshore companies, mostly based in the British Virgin Islands. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images

The Chinese government remained silent on Friday on revelations from the Panama Papers that the families of three of the seven people on the Standing (...)

  Gianni Infantino is “dismayed” and “will not accept” that his integrity is being doubted

Swiss police have raided Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon to seize details of a contract signed by the Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, following the Pana(...)

The families of some of China’s  communist party leaders including President Xi Jinping (above) have used offshore tax havens to conceal their fortunes, the Panama Papers have revelaed. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images

The Chinese government has described as “groundless” accusations in the Panama Papers that the families of senior Communist Party leaders, inclu(...)