Gerard Ryle

Director  International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Gerard Ryle leads the ICIJ’s headquarters staff in Washington, D.C., as well as overseeing the consortium’s 100 member journalists in more than 50 countries. Before joining as the ICIJ’s first non-American director in September 2011, Ryle spent 26 years working as a reporter, investigative reporter and editor in Australia and Ireland, including two decades at The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers. He uncovered some of the biggest stories in Australian journalism, winning that country’s highest journalism award four times. He is a former deputy editor of The Canberra Times and a former Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. He is the author of a critically acclaimed book, Firepower: the most spectactular fraud in Australian history, based on one of his former investigations and has contributed to two other books on journalism, published in the U.S. and Australia.

ICIJ 'Offshore Leaks' reporting partner Ming Pao's former chief editor in critical condition after stabbing.

Files shed light on more than 20,000 tax haven clients from Hong Kong and mainland China.

Move by G8 leaders, in part, follows ICIJ's massive Offshore Leaks investigation.

International tax authorities move on leaked offshore documents.

Faux corporate directors stand in for fraudsters, despots and spies.

Secret records reveal the names behind covert companies and private trusts in offshore hideaways.

The ICIJ investigates the growing industry of turning mortal remains into everything from dental implants to bladder slings.

The man behind shell companies linked to arms deals, drug lords and tax fraud.