FTC Submits Letter to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bankers

April 3rd, 2014

While leaders of the Group of 20 (G20) countries won’t convene in Brisbane until November, meetings surrounding the agenda of the G20 are ongoing in the months leading up to the summit. From April 10th to the 11th, finance ministers and central bankers from G20 countries will meet in Washington, D.C. to discuss the G20’s stance on a number of different monetary and financial policies. 

The Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC) used this opportunity to draft a letter outlining our ideas and concerns on a range of financial transparency issues. The letter was sent to all finance ministers and central bankers representing G20 countries in next week’s talks.

In the letter, the FTC outlined three central points:

  • Beneficial Ownership
  • Country by Country Reporting
  • Automatic Exchange of Information

To read the full letter, you can click here.

Written by Financial Transparency Coalition

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