Global Financial Integrity Director Delivers Remarks at ‘Global Investors for Financial Transparency’ in Oslo Today
May 23rd, 2011
May 23rd, 2011
Global Financial Integrity
OSLO, Norway – Global Financial Integrity Director Raymond Baker delivered remarks today on the importance of transparency in the extractive industries at the “Global Investors for Financial Transparency” meeting in Oslo, Norway. Mr. Baker focused on the importance of country-by-country reporting requirements for oil, gas, and mining companies. Attendees included high-level Norwegian and EU elected officials, regulators, investors, and representatives of the Oslo Stock Exchange.
The meeting was organized and financed jointly by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Revenue Watch Institute, and Publish What You Pay Norway. Norway is the world’s 5th largest exporter of oil and gas and owns one percent of the world’s stocks.
Speakers at the event included:
Mr. Baker will travel to Germany and Spain this week to meet with members of the Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development’s Partnership Panel following today’s meeting.
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