Thick walls at the Ministry of Finance. Photo: Helge Høifødt
Distinct improvements, but the same improvements are obliterated - in the same consultation paper.
Finance MinisterSiv Jensen. Foto: Rune Kongsro, Finansdepartementet
There are mechanisms against the Panama leak. The Ministry of Finance is scheduling the most important hearing which can give transparency into companies for "summer."
The Norwegian Government's Pension Fund is the largest state investment fund in the world. The owner of the fund, the Ministry of Finance should impose transparency requirements as a part of the fund's investment strategy, in order to deal with conflict-rich investments.
Prem Sikka’s presentation from the 2012-conference Financial secrecy, society and vested interests. See the film and download the material.
Daniel Reeves’ presentation from the 2012-conference Financial secrecy, society and vested interests. See the film and download the material.
On 30th June 2010, PWYP Norway responded to the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) project group’s publication of a Discussion Paper on a new International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) for the Extractive Industries.
PWYP Norway has held meetings with representatives from the Norwegian Auditors Association to discuss PWYPs proposals in relation to the IASB discussion paper on a possible new IFRS6.
Read PWYP Norway’s letter to the Norwegian Audtors Association: