OECD sets out international corporate tax proposal

OECD applauds “game changer” forum on tax evasion A massive jump in the number of countries trading information has pumped an extra €100bn into global tax revenues over the last decade – although some nations are still failing to join the fight against tax evasion. According to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), […]

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OECD sets out international corporate tax proposal

OECD sets out international corporate tax proposal The OECD has taken steps to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share of taxes in countries where they have significant consumer activities. The proposal from the OECD’s secretariat, published on October 9, is a combination of three different plans put forward by members and covers more than […]

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Manifest has this week published a Global Regulatory Review, keeping customers abreast of the latest developments in corporate governance and related disciplines around the world.   Global capital markets and investors expectations towards them have changed radically over the past 20 years. Sir Adrian Cadbury could probably never have guessed what his dryly-titled “Report of the […]

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Following moves by US government last week to set pay limits at firms that have received TARP assistance, Mats Isaksson, OECD head of corporate affairs has given a public interview outlining the OECD’s view of the role of corporate governance and shareholders in the current financial crisis: What are the key corporate governance lessons from the financial […]

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The financial crisis has revealed severe shortcomings in corporate governance. When most needed, they often failed to provide the checks and balances that companies need in order to cultivate sound business practices. That’s the conclusion from the OECD’s latest report: Corporate Governance Lessons from the Financial Crisis. On March 18th 2009 the OECD will meet in […]

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