Today’s Top Stories from GFI – GFI Urges Obama, African Leaders to Prioritize Curbing Illicit Financial Flows at U.S.-Africa Sum

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance

  Monday, August 4, 2014 From the Global Financial Integrity Blog:     Join Us for Our Upcoming Conference on Illicit Financial Flows in Brazil      Illicit Finance Jounralism Programme Lauches Fourth Training Project      Debate in Delaware on Anonymous Companies    Why Wildlife Trafficking and Anonymous Companies …

EU Transparency Proposal Threatened By Imaginary Laws

kristy Reforming Global Finance

Thursday, March 22, 2012 From the Task Force Blog: EU Transparency Proposal Threatened By Imaginary Laws Corruption In Eastern Europe, Communism, And The European Union We?ve Been Nominated As A ?Leading Force? On Transfer Pricing By TPWeek Op-Ed: Fighting Financial Crime ? At Home And Abroad Audio: Africa?s Odious Debts: …

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

kristy Reforming Global Finance

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 …