The Financial Secrecy Index 2022 confirms transparency reforms are working, despite sabotage from most of the G7 countries meeting tomorrow.
Automatic exchange of bank account information is an important transparency tool to address tax evasion and other tax issues. It could also be used to tackle other types of illicit financial flows ...
Welcome to the latest episode of the Tax Justice Network’s monthly podcast, the Taxcast. You can subscribe either by emailing naomi [at] taxjustice.net or find us on your podcast app. In this Taxcast ...
Fin del pensamiento único. El multilateralismo bipolar que activó la invasión rusa de Ucrania Un registro global de activos o cómo combatir el dinero de la corrupción y la evasión, sea rusa, ...
Welcome to our monthly podcast in French, Impôts et Justice Sociale with Idriss Linge of the Tax Justice Network. All our podcasts are unique productions in five different languages every month in ...
في العدد #53 من الجباية ببساطة نستضيف الخبير في التنمية الإقتصادية هاني السلموني لتحليل خبر إفلاس لبنان بعد إعلانه من طرف نائب رئيس الوزراء ...
Welcome to our monthly podcast in Portuguese, É da sua conta (it’s your business) produced by Grazielle David, Daniela Stefano and Luciano Máximo. All our podcasts are unique productions in five ...
Financial secrecy refers to the use of complex financial mechanisms by wealthy individuals, multinational corporations and criminals to hide their assets for the purpose of abusing tax or evading the ...
The “axis of tax avoidance” refers to the four countries responsible for over half of all the tax losses that countries lose to tax havens: the UK, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
One of the most common ways people hide their wealth in tax havens is by setting up a legal vehicle (like a corporation or trust) to hold their wealth or assets without disclosing information about ...
The British public is used to being warned of systemic threats: terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, Russian espionage, even climate change have been front and centre of the national debate over ...
Contrary to public belief, the biggest tax havens in the world are not small palm-fringed islands. Analysis of OECD data shows that the UK (and its overseas dependencies), the US, Luxembourg, the ...