A recent crackdown on illicit cash outflows has sent a shiver down the spines of many a corrupt official or so-called entrepreneur in developing countries. This new development comes courtesy of a recent G20 resolution to place meaningful and actionable restrictions on banking secrecy and illegal money...
The 2011 annual conference of the Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development will take place at the Cercle National des Armées in Paris, France from October 6-7. Illicit financial outflows from developing countries—which total around $1.3 trillion per year—undermine the tax base in poorer...
The Task Force on Financial Integrity & Economic Development is advised by its Economist Advisory Council, an elite team of PhD economists who work in relevant fields. The Economist Advisory Council is comprised of: Dr. Guttorm Schjelderup, Chair
The U.S. is usually described as the world's largest economy and one that takes the moral use of funds passing through its borders under the regulations of a number of laws. One of the main areas of concern for the IRS, the Attorney General, the FBI, and...
For more than half a century there has been an illicit, shadow financial system operating across the planet. This is the claim of the Financial Integrity and Economic Development Task Force in a paper released to highlight the almost $1 Trillion in funds taken out of developing...