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From debates to data: what we’ve been up to the first half of the year
June 21st, 2018
The first few months of FTC’s year have been as hectic as they have been diverse. From debates on the definition of illicit financial flows to technical submissions on beneficial ownership transparency, the FTC and its member organizations have been active around the globe. While the types of events and issues discussed varied, they all
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Moving toward exposing corporate secrecy in World Bank contracting
July 22nd, 2015
Yesterday, the World Bank committed to examine ways to collect and publish information about the real owners of companies (also called “beneficial owners”) participating in Bank-financed contracts. We welcome the Bank’s leadership as the impact of its new procurement policy stands to affect a portfolio of about US $42 billion invested in more than 1,800
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How Anonymously Owned Companies Are Used To Rip Off Government Budgets
April 20th, 2015
Since the financial crisis, we have heard a lot about the revenue governments lose to tax avoidance and evasion, but what about the losses resulting from corruption of governments’ procurement processes? Around the world governments spend $9.5 trillion each year on public works, goods and services. It should be no surprise that fraudsters, and the corrupt, take
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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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