The reporting is being done under the name "29 Leaks," a reference to Formations House's original address at 29 Harley Street in London.
Peters and Pursuance Project outreach director Annalise Burkhart led a team of reporters from around the world uncovering and detailing the information stored in the huge, roughly 131 GB-sized trove of data.
"It's hard to overstate how notorious and suspicious the firm is," Boing Boing wrote of Formations House when the leak's existence became public in July.
Formations House has been the subject of international scrutiny for years, and the #29Leaks documents have been under investigation for some time.
It is expected that news stories in Central America, Africa and Europe will examine information drawn from this set of leaks.
On Tuesday The Times of London showed, via undercover reporting, how Formations House sets up shell companies for its clients.
"There's much more work to be done with this data," said Peters, "we're only at the beginning. »