Links Apr 2

Tax havens told to drop opposition to UK call for central register Financial Times (paywall)
See also: UK demands ownership registry Cayman News Service

Australia sovereign wealth Future Fund refuses to appear before Senate tax avoidance inquiry The Guardian

Human Rights Institute: Rule of Law, mining taxation and economic and social rights in Zambia examined by IBAHRI delegation International Bar Association

Secret Swiss Bank Codes Exposed in Landmark U.S. Tax Deal Bloomberg

Swiss banks swell as Greek ones empty Le News

Swiss Bank Whistleblowers Take Their Show on the Road Wall StreetJournal
See also: Stéphanie Gibaud, one woman’s fight against banking secrecy TV Liberté

Switzerland ‘at crossroads’ on corporate tax swissinfo

Vatican bank agrees landmark tax treaty with Italian regulators The Guardian

EU regulators query Luxembourg on McDonald’s tax deals Reuters

HSBC is ‘cast-iron certain’ to breach banking rules again, executive admits The Guardian

Heres’s What Could Be Fixed by the Taxes on Apple’s Offshored Profits Mother Jones

Guernsey Is Not a Tax Haven: KPMG Bloomberg
See also: “We are not a tax haven.” They all say that

How PricewaterhouseCoopers Got Implicated In Petrobras SA (ADR) (PBR) Corruption Scandal Bidness

 

 


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