Qui fixe les règles en matière de flux financiers illicites?
April 19th, 2017
Au-delà de quelques noms connus— l’Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques (OCDE), le Groupe des 20 (G20) et le Fonds monétaire international—il existe un réseau étendu d’organisations qui déterminent le fonctionnement du système financier. La plupart de ces institutions ne sont connues que d’un petit groupe d’experts techniques. Au lieu d’être vraiment mondiale, l’adhésion
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Top Secret: countries keep financial crime fighting data to themselves
February 15th, 2017
A new report funded by the FTC, and carried out by Coordinating Committee member Transparency International, examines the disclosure requirements for anti-money laundering statistics. Public scrutiny is vital to ensure accountability in the banking sector, however, as this report finds, in major financial centers far too much data on anti-money laundering activities by government regulators is
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India’s Experience with Exchange of Information Agreements
May 9th, 2016
A new study supported by the FTC and published by the Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, a Coordinating Committee member, looked at India’s experience with exchange of information agreements with other countries, as well as recommendations for other countries to get better access to information on their citizen’s assets held abroad. 
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RT @meberazategui: Some ideas about how #G20 countries could do better in implementing their beneficial ownership principles. @DeliaFerreir
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