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Explore the offshore connections of world leaders, politicians and their relatives and associates.
Former minister of oil and gas, Kazakhstan
Prime minister's sons, Turkey
Former national security secretary, Mexico
Former treasury commercial secretary, U.K.
Former minister of energy and trade, Kazakhstan
Member of Parliament, India
Long-time, high-ranking Ecuadoran official
Son of Honduran vice president
Former prime minister of Mongolia
Son of Ghana's former president
Australia’s prime minister
Venezuelan oil company executive
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There are legitimate uses for offshore companies and trusts. The inclusion of a person or entity in the ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database is not intended to suggest or imply that they have engaged in illegal or improper conduct. Many people and entities have the same or similar names. We suggest you confirm the identities of any individuals or entities included in the database based on addresses or other identifiable information. The data comes directly from the leaked files ICIJ has received in connection with various investigations and each dataset encompasses a defined time period specified in the database. Some information may have changed over time. Please contact us if you find an error in the database.
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