January 23rd, 2017
In our final newsletter of 2016, we highlight the 4th Pan Africa Conference, hosted by Tax Justice Network – Africa in Abuja, Nigeria, ‘No Easy Task’, a new FTC project aimed at compiling various estimates on illicit financial flows, and many other efforts to increase financial transparency around the globe.
January 19th, 2017
This briefing, organized by the FTC and seven other civil society organizations, offers a look at the state of play on country by country reporting in Europe. As EU policymakers continue to debate public country by country reporting requirements for multinational corporations, this brief aims to give a rundown of the most important facts of
December 6th, 2016
The FTC held a virtual briefing on country by country reporting on 6 December 2016 to explore the intricacies of public country by country reporting, as well as how this information can be useful to a variety of different stakeholders to monitor corruption, corporate governance, illicit flows of money and the extractive industry.
October 7th, 2016
In our third newsletter of 2016, we highlight the newest leak from ICIJ, some of the latest movement on transparency in the United States and Europe, and how countries in the global south aren’t ready to give up the fight for a global tax body at the United Nations.