Tag: kpmg

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Accounting for influence: how the Big Four are embedded in EU tax avoidance policy

By Naomi Fowler ■ 10 July 2018 ■ 4 min READ
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Reforming the multi-billion dollar accounting and finance education industry

By Naomi Fowler ■ 21 November 2017 ■ 3 min READ
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Bad week for the big four

By Alex Cobham ■ 20 November 2017 ■ 2 min READ
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#ParadisePapers: The onshore heart of the offshore industry

By Naomi Fowler ■ 14 November 2017 ■ 6 min READ
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Big Four accounting firms are key drivers of tax haven use, new research says

By Alex Cobham ■ 13 November 2017 ■ 4 min READ
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KPMG and the false objectivity of the ‘Big Four’

By Alex Cobham ■ 18 September 2017 ■ 4 min READ
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The Offshore Wrapper: the Panama Papers, one year on

By George Turner ■ 7 April 2017 ■ 3 min READ ■ 1 comments
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Top tax expert: Big 4 “accountants of fortune” must be broken up

By Nick Shaxson ■ 11 July 2016 ■ 3 min READ
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Oxfam report: Ending the Era of Tax Havens

By Nick Shaxson ■ 14 March 2016 ■ 5 min READ
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KPMG: Professional Chameleons Or Independent Public Auditors And Regulators?

By Nick Shaxson ■ 10 February 2016 ■ 5 min READ
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Time to investigate the Big 4 over the financial crash

By Nick Shaxson ■ 21 December 2015 ■ 3 min READ
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The Tax Justice Network Podcast, June 2015

By Nick Shaxson ■ 22 June 2015 ■ < 1
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Luxembourg: the campaign on corporate tax has only just begun

By Nick Shaxson ■ 8 June 2015 ■ < 1
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Did KPMG spot anything amiss at FIFA?

By Nick Shaxson ■ 4 June 2015 ■ < 1
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Auditor rotation: the new merry-go-round

By Nick Shaxson ■ 19 May 2015 ■ 2 min READ
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Who runs this place? ‘Policy development’ and the Big 4

By Nick Shaxson ■ 23 January 2015 ■ < 1
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KPMG offers generous advice that will help tax cheats

By Nick Shaxson ■ 9 September 2014 ■ 2 min READ
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Big Four firms officially sell out Hong Kong’s democracy movement

By Nick Shaxson ■ 27 June 2014 ■ 2 min READ