Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database Documents Download [Complete 2016 Updated Database]

Indians in Panama Papers in ICIJ Leaks
Indians in Panama Papers in ICIJ Leaks

Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database Documents Download: Recently, the biggest leak in the journalism world in the history took place. It was done by Panama Papers. PP has reportedly leaked some of the very confidential and significant documents about Mossack Fonseca firm which is situated in Panama. (check: Wrestlemania 32 Results.)

As per the reports leaked, the company has helped investors to escape paying tax, launder money, and such stuff. Among the various people of the world, there are 500 Indians mentioned on the list which includes Amitabh, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, KP Singh, Anurag Kejriwal, and others.

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This database is powered by Neo4j, a graph database engine that structures data in nodes (the icons you see in the visualization) and edges (the links between nodes). To make this data easily accessible to everyone, regardless of the technical resources at their disposal, ICIJ have converted our original database into several CSV files, one per type of node and one for all the edges. You may download an archive of all these files here.

Please bear in mind that the archive is large, and it costs ICIJ every time you download this file, so if you know how to use BitTorrent, ICIJ encourage you to use it with their official torrent file. ICIJ’ll be making the Neo4j data download available soon.

Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database Documents

The team behind the leak is The International Consortium of Investigate Journalists. It works for Panama Papers. However, it has stated that many of the offshore companies mentioned on the list appear to be legitimate.

PP is the largest international organization of its kind across the globe. The leaked documents were researched by around 400 journalists around the world from 80 nations other than 100 media organizations. The big media organizations like BBC, Guardian, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Falter, etc. are involved in this study.

The papers contain names of various world leaders, politicians, industrialists, actors and mainly the biggest clients of Mossack Fonseca, JP Damiani. Among others, the main names include Juan Figueredo, FIFA Vice President, and others who have tried to evade tax and laundering money.

Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database Documents

What is Mossack Fonseca?
It is a law firm of Panama which works around selling anonymous offshore companies across the world. It helps in hiding promoters their business details. The firm has many offices around the globe. As of now, it has dealt with numerous companies which they have founded, sold, and managed others. It has mainly worked in cities like Zurich, London, Hong Kong, and others.

Mossack Fonseca has sold many anonymous companies for a tiny amount of about $1000. If any client provides any extra fee, the company provides fake (sham) director and moreover, it can conceal the identity of the true shareholder if the clients wish. Thus, the law firm is in the business of hiding and withholding the true identity of offshore company’s owner.

Are there any Indians involved?
The leak reported 500 Indians who are mainly industrialists, Bollywood actors, Politicians, etc., to have been involved somehow. They have used Panama to hide their money. As per the reports, many of them have used it for tax evasion purposes. Apart from Bachchans, other names are Anurag Kejriwal, KP Singh, Gautam Adani (brother of Gautam Adani, the Chairman of Adani Enterprises), Sameer Gehlaut of Indiabulls.

Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database Documents

How the leak took place?
More than a year ago, an anonymous source made contact to a German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung (SZ). The source gave them Mossack Fonseca internal documents. The newspaper researched and found the documents which eventually grew to about 2.6 terabytes (TB) of data. Thus, the size made it the biggest leak on which journalists had ever worked in the history.

Any demands from source?
The source didn’t want any financial compensation or any favor, apart from security measures.

What’s the data all about?
The leaked information shows how Mossack Fonseca manages the secret assets of major banks, legal firms, asset management companies and the assets of world’s rich and famous politicians and personalities, fraudsters, drug smugglers, professionals, etc.

Moreover, the way of routinely receiving investments from people around the world to engage in business activities that violate sanctions was revealed. Therefore, it helped its clients in evading tax and money laundering.

Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database Documents

How big is the data leak and what does it comprise of?
The leak has about 11.5 million documents higher than the combined strength of the WikiLeaks Cablegate, Offshore Leaks, Lux Leaks, and Swiss Leaks.

Mainly, it has emails, pdf files, photos, and excerpts from internal Mossack Fonseca database from the 1970s to 2016.

What’s the scale of the leak?
The Panama Papers leak is about 2.6 terabytes of data. It has become the biggest leak of the history.

Download the Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database

OffshoreLeaksDatabase_archive.torrent    23-Mar-2014    10:40    6.4K
OffshoreLeaksDatabase_files.xml                23-Mar-2014    10:40      2.0K
OffshoreLeaksDatabase_meta.xml              23-Mar-2014     10:40         1.9K
edges.csv                                                             15-Jun-2013     10:34           72.2M
edges.csv_meta.txt                                           15-Jun-2013     10:34           2.4K
nodes.csv                                                            15-Jun-2013      11:00           48.6M
nodes.csv_meta.txt                                           15-Jun-2013      11:00         2.4K
Click here                                                             May 2016          35 mb

Various leaks have taken place in the history.
In 2015, the Swiss Leaks/International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) extracted 3.3 GB data.
In 2014, the Luxemburg Leaks/ICIJ had 4 GB volume of data.
In 2013, the Offshore Leaks/ICIJ had 260 GB data.
In 2010, the WikiLeaks / Cablegate had 1.7 GB of data.

Panama Papers: ICIJ Offshore Leaks

(With inputs from Süddeutsche Zeitung’s (SZ) website-

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  1. How can this be the full 2.6 to download when the torrent is only 125 mb? Where can I download the entire thing?

    • As of now, we don’t have the complete data. We will update the article as soon as we receive any information.

      • would love to have the full documents if there is anywhere to download it, im ready to have all of them packed in a 3tb drive

        • You will never get it because they dont want the truth to get out the truth that they are manipulating you and fabricating the truth so it will fit their agenda

    • This seems to be a graph of the connections between the people and companies involved not the entire corpus of documents.

    • Bai and Kai are at the top of the corruption pile in Fiji . But they are not alone. Many of their business cronies make up the population of the corrupt in Fiji.

  2. I strongly suggest to add hash signatures (MD5 or better) to the downloads. I can only imagine that many would want to manipulate that data set.

  3. The offshoreleaks is old data from 2013, nothing to do with Panama papers. there is something at documentcloud, around 190 documents, thats all for today

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