Anti-Corruption & Transparency

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  • Study Shows how Easy it is to Set Up Untraceable Companies

    Dennis Lohmann

    A new study, published by the inter-governmental Financial Action Task Force (FATF), highlights the danger coming from shell companies. These companies without real employees and offices could have legitimate uses but are used although by money launderers, financiers of terrorism, sanctions busters and tax evaders.  more[...]  login_required

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    Dennis Lohmann
  • Citizens wield web tools to combat petty bribery

    Citizen website and mobile apps are popping up in Latin America encouraging to report the bribes they pay for healthcare, bureaucracy help or education services. This new source of data can be used as a lobbying tool to get government officials to act.  more[...]  login_required

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  • Corruption: Shining a light on the world’s biggest companies

    The world’s 105 biggest companies are worth more than US$11 trillion. They touch the lives of people across the globe. But just how much do we know about their impact on daily lives? Too often, citizens experience little benefit from global economic activity while suffering the consequences of unethical corporate activity. Transparency in Corporate Reporting assesses the disclosure of steps these companies have in place to fight corruption. It also looks at companies’ transparency footprint across 177 countries: to what extent are earnings and taxes in specific countries made public.  more[...]

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