David Leloup has been working as a freelance journalist in Belgium since 2000, focusing on tax evasion, corruption and economic crimes, science and environmental issues.

He has collaborated with various TV and print media in Belgium (Le Soir, RTBF, Le Vif/L’Express), France (Rue89, Le Monde), Switzerland (Le Temps) and India (Headlines Today).

Leloup is cofounder of the Belgian investigative quarterly Médor and the director of A Leak in Paradise, a feature-length documentary film on a former Swiss banker turned whistleblower. He speaks French and English.

Basic information

David Leloup
tax evasion, corruption, economic crimes, science, environmental issues.

Supported projects

The question of 14 million: where is Poverello's money?

  • Corruption
  • Finance
  • Human Rights

BRUSSELS - Journalists at KNACK, LeVif and RTBF have joined forces to investigate the peculiar financial management of the non-profit organisation Poverello. They greedily buy real estate that often remains empty. The organisation appears to be very rich, but hardly ever uses its money for working with the poor.

Insane Prices

  • Healthcare
  • Science

RIGA - There are important disparities in the price of cancer medicines within the 28 EU member States. New cancer drugs are incredibly expensive for patients in some Eastern member states or simply not available because of shortages.