WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. is the second largest provider of financial secrecy in the world, trailing only the Cayman Islands, according to a new index published today by the Tax Justice Network.
Rep. Cynthia Axne (D-IA)Washington, DC Representative Cynthia Axne (D-IA) confronts Russell Golden the Chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board on why their most recent proposal did not include tax disclosures in spite of global trend toward requiring these disclosures and the fact that 100% of investors who commented on the FASB proposal, representing 2$ trillion …
Sheriff Carolyn Welsh of Chester County, Pennsylvania published an op-ed in the Daily Local calling on Congress to pass ILLICIT CASH Act (S. 2563) to ensure local law enforcement can fulfill their duty to serve and protect.
Thursday, December 5, 2019
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), which provides the world’s most widely adopted sustainability reporting framework, is set to publish its newest standard — on tax transparency — on Thursday, December 5th, 2019.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A global sustainability standard-setting body finalized a proposal to have multinational companies publicly disclose basic financial information on a country-by-country basis — a move that was praised by transparency advocates.
November 1, 2019
Congress, FASB, GRI, UN PRI, the OECD, the EU, and others are all considering new disclosures around corporate tax planning. With increased scrutiny from governments on corporate tax strategies, what does it all mean for companies and their investors? A diverse group of institutional investors and other asset managers and analysts have all recently weighed in on the risks to investors and the need for additional disclosures. With opening remarks by SEC Commissioner Rob Jackson, a panel of experts will explain what new rules may be coming and the potential value to investors.