Anti-Corruption

The Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC) is a global network of civil society organizations, governments and experts spanning five continents. They work together to curtail illicit financial flows through the promotion of a transparent, accountable and sustainable financial system that works for everyone.

Advancing a Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

By Bill Goodfellow

Nov-10-2014 | Report

Check out what the Center for International Policy has been up to in 2014 with our end-of-year brochure... Read More »

Report to Supporters Spring 2014

By Bill Goodfellow

May-19-2014 | Report

2014 has been a successful year so far with major advances in reshaping defense spending, curbing tax evasion and advancing awareness on global climate change... Read More »

A Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

By Bill Goodfellow

Dec-09-2013 | Report

Find out how CIP can make a difference in facing some of the world's largest problems... Read More »

G20 Leaders Sign Off on Tax Transparency for the Few

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Nov-16-2015 | Press Release

G20/OECD plans on automatic exchange of financial information and corporate profit shifting well intentioned but miss the mark on inclusion... Read More »

FTC Newsletter July-October

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Oct-30-2015 | Newsletter

The past few months have been busy, to say the least. From the Financing for Development conference in July to September’s SwissLeaks Reviewed project and our 6th Financial Transparency Conference in October, there’s a great deal that has been happening in the effort to stem illicit financial flows. Our July – October newsletter will provide you with important policy, media, and organizational updates from us, our members, and the others from around the globe... Read More »

Curbing Illicit Financial Flows to Unlock a Sustainable Future

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Oct-20-2015 | Report

This working paper from Transparency International looks at how to finance new efforts to mitigate climate change and fund the United Nations sustainable development goals. Achieving the sustainable development goals and countering climate change will require considerably more resources than what public finances alone can afford. By curbing illicit financial flows and recovering stolen assets, governments can unlock precious resources needed to close the financing gap... Read More »