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Bahamas Registry

Published by artvandelay on 2024-01-16 18:17

This copy of the Corporate Registry of the Bahamas contains data current until the end of 2019. The set of more than 1 million documents list company names, directors, and officers mentioned in the official registry for companies of the Bahamas.

This dataset updates the September 2016 leak of the registry, known as the Bahamas Leaks, published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). The 2016 leak was "a cache of 1.3 million documents... providing names of directors and some owners of more than 175,000 Bahamian companies, trusts and foundations registered between 1990 and early 2016."

In 2020, journalism students from the Henri Nannen School of journalism collaborated with the European Investigative Collaborations network on the Tax Evader Radar investigation. The EIC Network were able to use this new release of the Bahamas corporate registry to document the owners of a block of historic Moscow properties and their link to sanctioned oligarch Arkady Rotenberg. The joint investigation also followed ExxonMobil money trails from Spain to Luxembourg to the United States, and revealed BMW shareholders with offshore companies registered in the Caribbean.


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