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  • State Attorneys General Push Congress to Tackle Anonymous Companies

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    WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bipartisan group of more than twenty state attorneys general urged Congress on Thursday to help them counter money laundering, corruption, and terror financing by passing legislation to end the incorporation of anonymous shell companies in the United States.

  • Delaware Endorses Bill to Tackle Anonymous Companies


    Move Comes as Lawmakers Consider Dropping Important Anti-Money Laundering Section from Legislation

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Delaware’s top government official overseeing company formation in the state endorsed a bipartisan federal proposal to require companies to disclose their true owners at the time of formation in new a new letter to Congress.

  • New Bill Would Plug an Offshore Loophole in Tax Overhaul


    New Bill Would Plug an Offshore Loophole in Tax Overhaul

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — House lawmakers introduced legislation Wednesday that would make it harder for multinational corporations to game the offshore provisions in the newly adopted tax overhaul.