Today’s Top Stories from GFI: GFI Calls on Obama, G8 to Require Public Registries of Corporate Owners, Curtail Illicit Flows

  Friday, June 14, 2013 G8 Leaders Tackle Tax Havens And Global Inequality G8 Preview: Momentum Toward Public Registries For Beneficial Owners It’s Time Corporations Flew Old Glory Instead Of The Jolly Roger Tom Cardamone In The Huffington Post Canada: The Trouble With Tax Havens G8: It’s Time For Action …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: No Species Is Safe From Illicit Wildlife Trade

  Tuesday, March 12, 2013 HSBC, Panama: “Exit, Stage Right” Video: Raymond Baker at the Wilson Center on Illicit Financial Flows from Russia Senator Carl Levin to Retire After 2014 Denmark Increases Corporate Transparency One Thing We Learned From The Senate’s Too Big To Jail Hearing Yesterday Congress Must End …

U.S. and Mexico Moving Toward Automatic Exchange?

A Strong, Sustainable Future for FATCA and Tax Compliance U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission Release FCPA Guidance Manual Task Force Director Raymond Baker at the International Anti-Corruption Conference Enforcing Laws Works: HSBC Money Laundering Edition Task Force IACC Panel on Illicit Financial Flows GFI in the …

Der Spiegel: Hundreds of Billions Flowing Illicitly Out of Greece

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 From the Task Force Blog: Der Spiegel: Hundreds of Billions Flowing Illicitly Out of Greece Featured Allied Organization: The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility Illicit Financial Flows Explained: With Graphics (Part III) Why Investors Should Care About Transparency A Little Sunlight Could Help Lower the Cost …

Interview with Task Force Director Raymond Baker: The Failures Of Our Economic System

Interview with Task Force Director Raymond Baker: The Failures Of Our Economic SystemUK: Why Information Exchange Beats Withholding Taxes Every Time A Sea Change In Switzerland ONE Campaign Ad Takes Aim At Efforts To Weaken The European Transparency Law For The Extractive Industries South Korea’s Corrupt Pastimes: Baseball, Politics, and …

House Bill Introduced to Crack Down on Abusive American Shell Companies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 15, 2011 House Bill Introduced to Crack Down on Abusive American Shell Companies Legislation Would Help Prevent Criminals and Tax Evaders from Laundering Their Ill-Gotten Gains, Provide Crucial Information Access for Law Enforcement WASHINGTON, DC – Yesterday, Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) …

G20 Commits to Addressing Illicit Financial Flows, Links Tax Haven Secrecy to Poverty

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 4, 2011 G20 Commits to Addressing Illicit Financial Flows, Links Tax Haven Secrecy to Poverty More Needs to Be Done to Implement Automatic Exchange of Tax Information-GFI Summit Declaration Calls for More Work to Prevent Abuse of Corporate Vehicles WASHINGTON, DC – Global Financial Integrity (GFI) …

Task Force Reaction to G20 Communiqué

Task Force Reaction to G20 Communiqué Washington DC (Nov. 4, 2011) As international financial turmoil intensifies, G20 leaders of the world’s largest economies meeting in Cannes produced a final document that offers some limited hope for international financial transparency and meaningful action on tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance. “Governments …

New GFI Report: International Crime a $650 Billion Business Built on Poverty and Corruption in Developing World

From the publicaiton of Global Financial Integrity FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 8th, 2011 Drug trade single largest component, followed by counterfeiting, finds new report from Global Financial Integrity WASHINGTON, DC – Illicit trade in “goods, guns, people, and natural resources” is a $650 billion enterprise, which most negatively impacts the …