What is an extended country-by-country reporting standard? Why is it needed?

See the video and find out: Launch of our publication on an Extended Country by Country Reporting Standard and supporting investigations at the Freedom of Information Foundation in Oslo, 19th January 2012. (Subtitles for the videos are available in Norwegian, English and Spanish. Once you have pressed play, choose language using the “CC-button” that appears on the bar below the video.)

See the various speakers and presentations from the launch in the above video.

Speakers:

  • Leif Sande, director, Industri Energi and vice president, ICMM
  • Mona Thowsen, secretary general, PWYP Norway
  • Hege Hertzberg, director for development policy, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Frian Aarsnes, state authorized public accountant and principal, Econ Pöyry
  • Morten Eriksen, senior public prosecutor, The national authority for investigation and prosecution of economic and environmental crime (Økokrim)
  • Francisco Bataller, head of public finance and development sector, DG DEVCOM, European Commission


The above video is from the debate that followed the launch.

Panel participants:

  • Frian Aarsnes, state authorized public accountant and principal, Econ Pöyry
  • Fanny Voldnes, registered public accountant, cand. philol. and head of economics, Norwegian union for municipal and general employees (Fagforbundet)
  • Joydhan Barua, state authorised public accountant and senior tax advisor, Norwegian directorate of taxes (Skattedirektoratet)
  • Morten Eriksen, senior public prosecutor, The national authority for investigation and prosecution of economic and environmental crime (Økokrim)
  • Leif Sande, director, Industri Energi and vice president, ICMM

Download the publications that were launched 19th January 2012: