September 30th, 2015
PRESS RELEASE SwissLeaks money connected to Kenya is six and half times higher share of GDP than the money connected to Spain In less than two weeks, G20 Finance Ministers will sit down to dinner, but developing countries won’t even have a seat at the table
September 26th, 2015
PRESS RELEASE By failing to take concrete action on illicit financial flows and tax dodging in Addis Ababa, questions remain on how domestic resources will be raised Without a globally inclusive standard setting body, developing countries have an uphill battle to realize needed revenues to fund development goals
September 16th, 2015
Press Release Transparency International is calling on European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to publicly support legislation that would allow citizens to scrutinise the corporate taxes paid by multinational companies to governments. President Juncker will appear tomorrow in front of a special tax committee at the European Parliament to defend the Commission’s track record on tackling
July 15th, 2015
PRESS RELEASE Tonight, the Addis Ababa outcome was closed. The final outcome rejects the proposal of establishing an intergovernmental UN body on tax matters, and instead introduces some minor changes to the existing UN expert committee. This means that the OECD will remain the only intergovernmental body that adopts global standards on tax matters.