The Offshore Game
April 20th, 2015
This report and website looks at the way offshore financing and ownership structures have infiltrated football clubs in the England and Scotland. Offshore finance, once a niche industry confined to the basements of some of the less scrupulous banks, accountancy firms and criminal gangs has come to dominate every aspect of economic life, including sports.
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The Great Rip Off
September 25th, 2014
Global Witness investigations and campaigns have shown how anonymously owned companies act as getaway cars for the criminal and corrupt all over the world. America is at the heart of this problem, and it is hurting American interests. Owners of anonymous companies registered in the U.S. are ripping off innocent people and businesses across America.
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Large Scale Mining: Do They Pay the Taxes They Should?
September 17th, 2014
FTC member, Latin American Network on Debt, Development, and Rights (Latindadd) looked at the case of Yanacocha, a mining company operating in Peru. Latindadd examined the companies dealings in Peru and the region, and assessed whether or not the company was using murky financial structures and hidden company information to pay less in taxes to
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FTSEcrecy: the culture of concealment throughout the FTSE
May 13th, 2014
The secrecy surrounding thousands of subsidiaries created in tax havens by leading UK companies has created a black hole at the heart of the FTSE100, a new Christian Aid report warns. FTSEcrecy reveals an information void which threatens investors, customers and government regulators, because it leaves them without the facts they need to make good
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RT @alexcobham: In addition, the report is explicit that this 'aggressive tax avoidance' is the same as the 'base erosion and profit shifti…
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