The Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development has been nominated by Transfer Pricing Weekly as a “leading force on global transfer pricing development.” Nominated alongside us were partner organization ActionAid, as well as The United Nations, the OECD, U.S. President Barack Obama, Indian Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, among others. From TP Weekly:
Taskforce on Financial Integrity and Economic Development
For its work to curtail the mispricing in trade imports and exports and its promotion of: country-by-country accounting of sales, profits, and taxes paid by multinational corporations; beneficial ownership in all banking and securities accounts; automatic cross-border exchange of tax information; and harmonisation of predicate offences under anti-money laundering laws.
On behalf of the Task Force, I can say that we are honored to even be mentioned in such a prestigious group. The winner will be decided by an online vote. Please help us achieve this by voting here.
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