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The EU should hold firm on dirty money blacklist

Transparency International urges EU Member States not to bow to pressure from named countries to reject the EU’s first independent anti-money laundering blacklist when they meet in Brussels this Thursday. The list of 23 blacklisted jurisdictions...
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Making whistleblowing work for Europe

The EU is poised to take a momentous step and adopt a new directive to protect whistleblowers across Europe. This could have a dramatic impact on the capacity and ability of whistleblowing to work in all our interests. We know that protecting those...
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Event: Frozen – how can the EU fight global corruption?

Date and time: 6 March 2019, 12:30 – 18:30Venue:  The Office, Rue d’ Arlon 80, 1040, Brussels Trillions of euros of corrupt funds are recycled through the global economy annually and less than 1% is being seized and frozen The US has...
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Vanishing Act: The Eurogroup’s Accountability

Download the report here.  Who governs the euro area? The informal nature of the Eurogroup and the limited transparency of its decision making makes this a difficult question to answer. Yet knowing who is in charge is the very prerequisite of...