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Transparency International’s Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Programme discusses the accusations against Boots of exploiting an NHS scheme to boost profits.

TI-UK discusses David Cameron’s speech in Singapore, where he announced a package of measures to tackle corruption within the UK property market.

While the EU takes important steps towards tackling money laundering and tracing the proceeds of corruption, we look at what the UK could do to strengthen itself against similar risks.

Secrecy, or more specifically the use of secret companies incorporated in offshore jurisdictions, undermines money laundering investigations and leaves the door open for corrupt wealth – stolen from around the world – to be invested in high-end UK property.

This G20 meeting, we call on the UK to lead the anti-corruption agenda and close loopholes in the global financial system to help the world’s poorest.

‘Few and Far: The Hard Facts of Asset Recovery’ is the latest publication from the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR), a joint World Bank and UNODC project. So here are the hard facts…

What’s the point of stealing money from your country’s health and education budgets if not to enjoy it? It turns out that the UK is a personal favourite for your average corrupt dictator.

The G20 leaders meet in Australia later this year. Pressure is growing on them to build on the commitments from last June’s G8 Summit on beneficial ownership.

 

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