The FACT Coalition and Oxfam America host a panel of experts for a discussion on the growing U.S. and international demand for corporate tax transparency.
Requiring multinational corporations to publicly report basic financial information on a country-by-country basis will reduce the abuse of tax havens and help investors assess tax-related risk.
A new UN report exposes major shortcomings and systemic problems in the global framework to combat tax abuse, corruption, and money laundering.
More than 100 investors, small business associations, NGOs, and unions have voiced their support for country by country reporting of important financial information.
Small business associations endorse Senate legislation for country-by-country reporting to even the playing field with multinational enterprises.
Investors with $811 billion in assets managed sent a letter to the Senate backing public country-by-country reporting to reduce investor risk in multinational enterprises.