Greece Joins Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development Partnership Panel
October 22nd, 2010
October 22nd, 2010
WASHINGTON, DC—The Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development is pleased to announce that Greece has become the newest member of the Task Force’s Partnership Panel. Task Force Partnership Panel members include the Governments of Norway, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Spain, the Canadian International Development Agency, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, and the Ford Foundation.
“We are pleased to welcome Greece to the Task Force Partnership Panel,” said Task Force Director, Raymond Baker. “We look forward to working with Greece’s representative to the Panel, Mr. Ilias Plaskovistis, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Finance, on issues related to combating domestic tax issues and illicit financial flows.”
Launched in January 2009, the Task Force is a unique global coalition of civil society organizations and governments which advocates for greatly improved transparency and accountability in the global financial system. Task Force membership is organized by the following component groups: Coordinating Committee, Partnership Panel, the Economist Advisory Council, and Allied Organizations.
The Task Force advocates five priorities in addressing the current global financial crisis, each one focusing on transparency and extending initiatives that have already begun to be put into place:
The Partnership Panel mandate is to facilitate meetings with other government officials, provide information on discussions and conferences that are relevant to the Task Force, and strategize on how to best promote Task Force goals within governments, multilateral organizations, and other institutions.
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Monique Perry Danziger
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The Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development addresses inequalities in the global financial system that penalize billions of people, and advocates for improved transparency and accountability.
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