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A file photo from 2008 showing Frank Flannery (right) with the Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Few people have had such an influence on Fine Gael in the last three and a half decades as Frank Flannery. The former rehab chief executive was one(...)

Anglo Irish Bank’s branch in Austria was among the small number of banks that were repeatedly recommended by Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca (M(...)

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The website of the Mossack Fonseca law firm is pictured through a large format lens. Photograph: Reuters

The British government asked on Monday for a copy of leaked data on the clients of a Panama-based law firm so it can examine the information and act (...)

The leak - Size of the leak: 2.6 TB - Number of documents: 11.5 million - Span of the data: 1977 to December 2015 (We’re taking into consider(...)

The Panama Papers consist of millions of files leaked from the database of the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonesca. Photograph: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

The Panama Papers consist of millions of files leaked from the database of the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca. Below is the company’s response(...)

Panama papers: jargon buster

Ultimate beneficial owner, beneficial owner, beneficiary The person who is the true owner of a company and/or a bank account. In the offshore world(...)

A file picture shows a general view of high-rise buildings in Panama City. The data leak involves  documents from one of the world’s largest offshore law firms, Mossack Fonseca, based in Panama.

A number of charities have called for concrete action to be taken to tackle elaborate tax avoidances schemes following the publication of the Panama (...)

Stanley Watson “in effect” resigned from Matheson after moving from Dublin to take charge of the London office, according to documents in the leaked files.

A senior figure in Matheson solicitors set up a company in Cyprus as part of a structure to reduce his tax bill when moving to London to take over th(...)

Frank Flannery told The Irish Times a loan from Bank of Ireland Private Banking provided all of the money for the purchase of a house for £615,000 in the Primrose Hill area of north London in 1996. File photograph: Eric Luke

Former Fine Gael strategist and Rehab chief executive Frank Flannery has said he cannot explain documents that show a £250,000 deposit in the name of(...)

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