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Examples of "icij"
After publishing LuxLeaks investigation, ICIJ was awarded one of the United States’ top journalism awards, the George Polk Awards in the Business Reporting category (ICIJ is jointly awarded for 2 other investigations) in February 2015. ICIJ was also awarded ‘Investigation of the Year’ for the LuxLeaks and SwissLeaks investigations at the Data Journalism Awards in June 2015.
On May 5, 2016, Mossack Fonseca sent a cease and desist letter to the ICIJ in an attempt to stop the ICIJ from releasing the leaked documents from the Panama Papers scandal. Despite this, the ICIJ released the leaked documents, on May 9, 2016.
"Süddeutsche Zeitung" and the ICIJ also used it to analyze the "Panama Papers".
In April 2016, ICIJ published another major financial leak, the Panama Papers.
The ICIJ alleges that the bank profited from tax evaders and other clients.
He´s a member of the International Consortioum of Investigative Reporters, ICIJ.
Joachim Dyfvermark is a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, ICIJ.
Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara has opened a criminal investigation on matters related to the Panama Papers and sent a letter April 3 to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) saying his office "would greatly appreciate the opportunity to speak as soon as possible." The ICIJ received many such requests from many countries and ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle has said its policy is not to turn over any materials.
Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara has opened a criminal investigation on matters related to the Panama Papers and sent a letter April 3 to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) saying his office "would greatly appreciate the opportunity to speak as soon as possible." The ICIJ received many such requests from many countries and ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle has said its policy is not to turn over any materials.
In 1997, CPI launched the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). This international network, based in Washington, D.C., includes 165 investigative reporters in over 65 countries. Gerard Ryle is the director of ICIJ. Its website publishes "The Global Muckraker". ICIJ is focused on issues such as "cross-border crime, corruption, and the accountability of power". In 2013, the consortium reported having 160 member journalists from 60 countries. The ICIJ brings together teams of international journalists for different investigations (over 80 for Offshore leaks). It organized the bi-annual "Daniel Pearl Awards for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting". ICIJ staff members include Michael Hudson, while the Advisory Committee in 2013 included Bill Kovach, Phillip Knightley, Gwen Lister, and Goenawan Mohamad.
Some names of Canadian individuals did appear in the leaked documents, according to ICIJ investigation partner the "Toronto Star".
Some individuals did surface in the leaked documents, according to ICIJ partner in the investigation "Toronto Star".
Firm co-founder Ramón Fonseca Mora told CNN that the information published is false and full of inaccuracies and that parties "in many of the circumstances" cited by the ICIJ "are not and have never been clients of Mossack Fonseca." The firm provided longer statements to ICIJ.
This is a partial list of people named in the Panama Papers as shareholders, directors and beneficiaries of offshore companies. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released the full list of companies and individuals in the Panama Papers on 10 May 2016. ICIJ published the following disclaimer with regard to the data provided: "There are legitimate uses for offshore companies, foundations and trusts. We do not intend to suggest or imply that any persons, companies or other entities included in the ICIJ Power Players interactive application have broken the law or otherwise acted improperly."
Additional stories based on this data are in the works, and the full list of companies is to be released in early May 2016. The ICIJ later announced the release on May 9, 2016 of a searchable database containing information on over 200,000 offshore entities implicated in the Panama Papers investigation and more than 100,000 additional companies implicated in the 2013 Offshore Leaks investigation. Mossack Fonseca asked the ICIJ not to publish the leaked documents from its database."We have sent a cease and desist letter to the ICIJ facing the announcement to release on May 9, the information from our database," the company said through a statement.
Nuix donated software licences and training to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), who used Nuix to investigate the Offshore Leaks data.
The ICIJ organized the bi-annual "Daniel Pearl Awards for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting". The award is currently not being awarded.
Khan, his wife and three family members have named by the ICIJ as operating six offshore companies in the British Virgin Islands using a Singapore address.
In early 2014 the ICIJ revealed that relatives of China's political and financial elite were among those using offshore tax havens to conceal wealth.
The ICIJ is active on social media with a website, blog entitled the 'Global Muckraker, ' Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and a YouTube channel.