Links Oct 24

UN Expert Urges Next UN Chief to Focus on Ending Tax Havens ABC News

France: Constitutional Council rejects register of trusts Challenges (In French)

The anatomy of the Cayman Islands offshore financial centre: Anglo-America, Japan, and the role of hedge funds Review of International Political Economy

Tax experts call for integration of women’s concerns in fiscal policies CSBAG

BVI Premier to say if he accepts blame for banking mess BVI News
Local banks closing accounts of trust companies where beneficial owners are unknown. The trust companies may face closure.

Companies Engaged in Offshore Shell Games Spending Millions Lobbying Congress Citizens for Tax Justice & ITEP

French parliamentarians react to trade union revelations that show McDonald’s is still not paying its taxes EPSU

Zombie EU Tax Plan Haunts Ireland After Brexit Bloomberg

Bad Apples: What will it take to end favourable tax treatment for multinationals? The Nation

UK: The Offshore Game goes to Parliament – and so can you

Jersey set for tax amnesty and vow to get tough on ‘dodgers’ International Investment

The Kleptocracy Curse: Rethinking Containment By Ben Judah – Hudson Institute

Tax haven UK is a domestic and international economic disaster in the making Tax Research UK

U.S.: Offshore Voluntary Compliance Efforts Top $10 Billion; More Than 100,000 Taxpayers Come Back into Compliance IRS
Hat tip: @JesseDrucker

Billionaire Art Dealer Is Awaiting Verdict in Tax Fraud Case The New York Times



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