Links Jun 11

G7 fails to stop the dirty money trail, tax evasion The Sydney Morning Herald

World Bank wants to stop anonymous firms winning contracts Thomson Reuters

Corruption watchdog says UK blocked just 7 suspect deals in year Financial Times (paywall)

Pakistan: ‘Access Interpol to bring back $97 bn from Swiss banks’ The News

More tax havens to share black money data with India The Times of India

Black money market larger than India’s education spend The Times of India

Vatican and the U.S. sign historic agreement to go after tax evaders The Washington Post

Two More Swiss Banks Report Hidden American Accounts The Wall Street Journal

Rothschild Bank Enters Deferred Prosecution Agreement, Triggering More IRS Disclosures Forbes

How much should the UK subsidise HSBC for a ‘competitive’ financial sector? Fools’ Gold – rethinking competition

EU Deepens Corporate Tax Investigation The Wall Street Journal

American Express pays no tax on multibillion-dollar Australian operation for seven years The Sydney Morning Herald

Lionel Messi to face trial over alleged €4.1m tax fraud The Guardian


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