76 civil society organizations, including 7 members of the Task Force—Christian Aid, Eurodad, Global Financial Integrity, Global Witness, Tax Justice Network, Tax Research UK, and Transparency International—submitted the attached letter to G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group officials on February 11, 2011. The letter affirmed the civil society groups’ support for the G20’s work combating corruption, urged swift action and made recommendations.
On July 9, Raymond Baker and Tom Cardamone of Global Financial Integrity, leading coordinator of the Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development sent a letter to the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) to make comment on the IASB Dicussion Paper’s promotion of country-by-country reporting.
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On June 11, the Task Force on Financial Integrity and Economic Development Coordinating Committee members and other signatories sent a letter to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) urging them to consider various points at its upcoming plenary meeting.