Today’s Top Stories from GFI: In Mexico, you can pay taxes with art

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 From the Financial Transparency Coalition Blog: Incorporation Standards in Banking: A Race to the Bottom When You Want Secrecy, All You Need is a Shell Company FTC Submits Letter to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bankers Illicit Financial Flows: The Elephant in the Room at the …

Developing Nations Seek U.N. Retaliation on Bank Cancellations

Developing Nations Seek U.N. Retaliation on Bank Cancellations   By Thalif Deen   UNITED NATIONS, Apr  2014 (IPS) – The 132-member Group of 77, the largest single coalition of developing nations, has urged Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to provide, “as soon as possible…alternative options for banking services” in New York City …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: EU Parliament Votes For Public Registries of Company Ownership

    From the Financial Transparency Coalition Blog: European Parliament Gives Overwhelming ‘Yes’ Vote to End Secret Corporate Ownership Millions of Euros Left Ukraine: Why Beneficial Ownership Transparency is Common Sense As Europe Tightens Oversight, Spotlight Must Remain Why Russia No Longer Fears the West: It’s the Offshore, Stupid Understanding …

US$68.9bn Flowed Illegally into or out of Emerging EU Economies in 2011, Fueling Crime, Corruption, Tax Evasion

  US$68.9 Billion Flowed Illegally into or out of Emerging EU Economies in 2011, Fueling Crime, Corruption, Tax Evasion GFI Urges EU Parliament Legislators to Follow UK’s Lead, Ban Anonymous Shell Companies Anonymous Shell Companies are a Major Conduit of Illegal Funds; Public Registries of Beneficial Ownership are the “Gold …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: An indictment of financial crime enforcement

  Tuesday, January 14, 2014 From the Financial Transparency Coalition Blog: Corporate Income Tax Repeal is Not a Serious Proposal Edition 24: December 2013 Transparency Priorities for 2014 developing Countries are Being Undermined by Rich Naiton’s Greed A More Transparent 2013: Year in Review My 2013 Financial Transparency Person of …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: New Money Laundering Video

    Thursday, November 7, 2013 Government Must Shut Down Corporate Tax Havens Spain’s New Law on Transparency A Good First Step EU Countries Must Do More to Combat Corruption by Better Protecting Whistleblowers Statement on the US and the Open Government Partnership BBC Broadcast – British PM in Transparency …

  Monday, September 30, 2013 #FTCDar2013 Preview: Why We’re Here  Why Are Extractive Industries Prone to Corruption? (Part III) #FTCDar2013 Preview: How Europe can set the standard on anti-money laundering rules  #FTCDar2013 Preview: Trade Crimes: Illicit Financial Flows from Wildlife to Weapons #FTCDar2013 Preview: Ending the Race to the Bottom: Finance in a …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: Russia’s offshore cash switches seas in search of a new tax haven

  Wednesday, August 21, 2013 Interactions between Small- and Large-Scale Corruption in China Increasing [Amicable] Cooperation on Offshore Tax Evasion Income Inequality, Wealth, and Illicit Financial Flows in Asia Taxcast Episode 19: July 2013 Looking Forward: Poverty in 2015 G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Communique Released Clips Tax …

Global Financial Integrity: Income Inequality, Wealth, And Illicit Financial Flows In Asia

Today’s News: Looking Forward: Poverty In 2015

  Thursday, July 25, 2013 Looking Forward: Poverty In 2015 G20 Finance Ministers And Central Bank Governors Communiqué Released OECD BEPS Report Confirms The International Tax System Is Failing Rich And Poor Nations The Importance Of Whistleblowers To Financial Transparency Egypt In Crisis: A Look At Corruption Figures For The …