Links Sep 10

Poor countries worry that developed nations drive tax agenda Business Day Live

UK: Revenue & Customs ‘winding down’ inquiries into HSBC Swiss tax evaders The Guardian
“After reopening investigation into HSBC clients hiding money in Switzerland, HMRC admits it has still only prosecuted one tax cheat” The investigation is named – would you believe it – “Operation Solace.” Can you believe it?

Members of European Parliament approve draft report on corporate tax avoidance The Parliament Magazine

Unravelling Russia’s offshore financial nexus FT Alphaville

Whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Stéphanie Gibaud nominated for Sakharov prize via European Parliament press release

Eurodad: G20 Finance Ministers focus on private financing of infrastructure, tax decisions expected in September

IRS Gets Tax Data From India As Black Money Hunt Hits Americans Too Forbes

Fortune 500 Corporations Are Likely Avoiding $600 Billion in Corporate Tax Using Offshore Tax Havens Citizens for Tax Justice

Ireland’s sweet deal for Apple leaves bitter taste for taxpayers The Irish Independent

Valiant Bank AG Reaches Resolution under Justice Department’s Swiss Bank Program U.S. Department of Justice
Yet another. Hat tip @JessDrucker

U.S. Justice Department Sets Sights on Wall Street Executives The New York Times

 

 


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