El nuevo informe de FACT se basa en entrevistas con activistas locales y regionales, líderes indígenas, expertos en lucha contra el lavado de dinero y funcionarios gubernamentales en Perú, Colombia y los Estados Unidos para mostrar cómo el secreto financiero contribuye a facilitar estos delitos.
FACT’s new report, “Dirty Money and the Destruction of the Amazon,” draws on interviews with diverse stakeholders to show how U.S. financial secrecy facilitates environmental crimes in Peru and Colombia, and lays out a comprehensive U.S. reform agenda.
In this article, Gurule compares emerging financial transparency rules in Australia and the United States that would affect how U.S. multinationals publicly report tax and other operational information.
FACT’s latest report, “A Material Concern: The Investor Case for Public Country-by-Country Tax Reporting,” explores how public country-by-country reporting (PCbCR) efforts have matured and, in doing so, shown their increasingly apparent usefulness to investors.
On June 28th and 29th, the FACT Coalition convened anti-money laundering, illicit finance, environment, and climate policy makers, thought leaders, and activists to discuss ways to counter this growing threat posed by illicit finance and environmental crimes. The convening brought together more than 60 advocates and experts from government, international secretariats, and more than 30 civil society organizations to share lessons learned on the intersection of illicit finance and environmental crimes.