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U.S. Must Address Its Own Credibility Gap to Be a Leader on Combating Corruption and Ensuring Resources for UN Sustainable Development Goals

As world leaders gather this week in New York for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), an epidemic of offshore wealth looms large over efforts to safeguard a turbulent post-pandemic world. Faced with myriad unpredictable crises, ranging from historic floods and droughts to widespread food scarcity and brewing recessionary fears, governments around the world are facing a need to raise revenues to stave off disasters and have a chance to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. 

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Investors Fly Blind Without Public Country-by-Country Reports

Without public country-by-country reporting, investors have little knowledge about the tax strategies of companies they own and the degree to which they may be engaging in risky tax behavior. The Securities and Exchange Commission must address the chasm between what companies know and what they disclose to investors.

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Policymakers Must Consider Bold Policy Proposals to Counter Multiplying Money Laundering Threats from Environmental Crimes

The growing nexus of environmental crimes and illicit finance is demanding action, and environment, conservation and anti-corruption advocates alike are taking note. On June 28th and 29th, FACT hosted a virtual convening of over 60 civil society activists, experts, and policymakers to discuss this policy intersection, identify shared priorities, and discuss joint advocacy strategies.

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