Tax Justice Network
Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the UK introduced a register of overseas entities. But does the new foreign ownership law go far enough?
An analysis of all 631 Scottish companies that use opaque financial structures has revealed that only three were formed by residents of Scotland.
Our research also found that about a third of shopping centres in Scotland’s cities have announced, or are considering, plans for significant redevelopment.
Only a third of properties on Scotland’s busiest shopping streets are owned by companies registered in the country, The Ferret can reveal.
A Ferret analysis of Highland Council covid grants found that the Ben Alder, Gledfield, Kilchoan and Dorback estates, each received financial support while being owned by companies located in either the Bahamas, Guernsey or Jersey.
Yuri Lopatinsky was linked to Russian state agencies by an MP during a January debate in the House of Commons.
The firm appointed as the special administrator of the failed energy company, Bulb, in a £1.7bn taxpayer funded bailout has links to tax havens, The Ferret can reveal.
The UK is missing out on "several hundred million pounds" in revenue due to cables from its offshore wind farms being owned in tax havens.
Two Edinburgh addresses are cited as the official headquarters for businesses that use opaque financial structures linked to alleged money laundering and tax abuse, The Ferret can reveal.