Off-shore ‘paradise’ islands are back in the news and as far as I am concerned they should stay in the news until these shelters for the super-rich, tax evaders and also mega-criminals are sorted out.
I followed the illicit wealth from timber corruption and found it all disappeared behind a curtain off-shore
PWYP Norway has analysed and documented Statoil's reporting according to the current country-by-country reporting amendment for the three financial years the company has reported on - 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Statoil and others should be forced to report on their mailbox empires. Or does the State prefer to get this sort of information through the news?
NBIM wants companies to be transparent, but are not specific on which information they need as investors
Norwegian Bank Investment Management (NBIM) asked PWYP Norway for feedback in an Expectations document on taxes and transparency.
The litmus test is served. Snorre Valen (SV) asks politicians in Parliament to sign a representative proposal for extended country-by-country reporting. Since the Panama Papers, this is one of the most important measures which is not in place yet. The reason for this is the lack of follow-up by the Ministry of Finance on country-by-country reporting for accounting purposes.
The Ministry of Finance has not followed up on Parliament´s request, so Norwegian companies do not have to submit information from tax havens.
The Ministry of Finance deny that they are protecting tax havens. PWYP Norway demonstrates why we believe that they are.
PWYP Norway explains how the protection of tax havens can be repealed by removing a link between two paragraphs.
How to lead the campaign against corruption when authorities are part of the problem?