July 30th, 2019
The Tax Justice Network has published a proposal on how to use SWIFT data on bank transfers to detect money laundering schemes.
December 17th, 2014
—The Financial Transparency Coalition congratulates two members of its Coordinating Committee who were named to the International Tax Review’s “Global Tax 50”
, a yearly list of the most influential people and organizations in the tax world.
The Brussels-based European Network on Debt and Development
(Eurodad) and the UK’s Tax Justice Network
were featured among other influential voices, like the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Pascal Saint-Amans of the OECD, and the International Monetary Fund.
March 28th, 2014
This post originally appeared on the blog of FTC member, Tax Justice Network.
Last year, our colleagues at New Rules for Global Finance published a ground-breaking report on the governance and accountability of the leading financial rule-setting institutions, including those covering international tax cooperation, such as the G20, the OECD, the UN Tax Committee, and the IMF. Their report is available here
March 13th, 2013
If you only read one thing today, this article should be it. Nicholas Shaxson, author of Treasure Islands and member of Task Force member Task Justice Network, published his stirring, mammoth article on the City of London in Vanity Fair today. London is not only a major nexus of global finance, but also one of the central points in the global shadow financial system, where criminals, corrupt public officials, and tax evaders eventually plant their hidden wealth.