Bipartisan Momentum Builds as Senators Introduce Bill to Curb Money Laundering, Terror Financing
Sen. Wyden and Sen. Rubio’s “Corporate Transparency Act” — the Senate companion to Reps. Maloney and King’s H.R.3089—would end the incorporation of anonymous companies.
Safeguard to Prevent U.S. Companies from Moving Offshore Should Be Strengthened, Not Weakened
The FACT Coalition submitted comments to the Treasury Department calling on the administration to protect a recent safeguard combating offshore tax avoidance.
  • Coalition Pushes Treasury to Defend Anti-Inversions Safeguard

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    Alliance of Good-Governance Groups Submits Comments in Support of Rules Combating Earnings-Stripping

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — In comments submitted to the U.S. Department of the Treasury on Monday, good government watchdogs called on the administration to protect a recent safeguard aimed at combating offshore tax avoidance.

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  • Bipartisan Momentum Builds as Senators Introduce Measure to Curb Money Laundering, Terror Financing

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    Sen. Wyden and Sen. Rubio’s “Corporate Transparency Act” — Companion to Rep. Maloney and Rep. King’s H.R.3089 — Would End Incorporation of Anonymous Companies

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Momentum continued to build towards curbing criminal money laundering and terror finance Thursday as Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced the Corporate Transparency Act (S.1717), the Senate companion to a bipartisan House bill (H.R.3089) aimed at ending the abuse of anonymous shell companies.

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  • Bipartisan Bill Seeks to Secure Airways from Criminals and Terrorists

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    FACT Coalition Supports ‘Aircraft Ownership Transparency Act of 2017’

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced a bill Friday to secure the U.S. aviation system from criminal actors and terrorists hiding behind anonymous shell companies, in a move welcomed by the Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition.

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