Center for International Policy, Inc.

For The Financial Transparency Coalition

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The Financial Transparency Coalition brings together over 150 civil society organizations, 14 governments, and dozens of technical experts from around the world to advocate for a more open and accountable international financial system. With a robust research agenda, high-level access to policymakers, and strong representation from developing country members, the Coalition presents credible evidence that supports their call for stronger global norms and standards to close taxation, accounting, and other loopholes.
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for the Financial Transparency Coalition  
The Financial Transparency Coalition brings together over 150 civil society organizations, 14 governments, and dozens of technical experts from around the world to advocate for a more open and accountable international financial system. With a robust research agenda, high-level access to policymakers, and strong representation from developing country members, the Coalition presents credible evidence that supports their call for stronger global norms and standards to close taxation, accounting, and other loopholes.
for support of the Financial Transparency Coalition  
The Financial Transparency Coalition brings together civil society organizations, governments, and technical experts from around the world to advocate for strengthened oversight and less secrecy within the international financial system. By influencing global norms and standards, and promoting their adoption and implementation at the national level, the Coalition seeks to close taxation, accounting, and other loopholes that facilitate the illicit flow of billions of dollars annually out of developing countries.

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