country by country reporting

A general trend for corporate transparency gained a new momentum in November with the revelations of the “Paradise Papers”, an investigation of tax files from offshore jurisdictions. They give fresh impetus to the Country by Country Reporting proposals and the EU common list of problematic tax jurisdictions. For multinationals, says FERMA, these are not just matters of compliance but also reputation.
5th joint webinar with FERMAand ecoDa/AIG dedicated to transparency in our series “Risk Conversation at Board level” - Increased Risk Reporting Requirements 09 March 2017 from 14:00 – 15:30

FERMA and the European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing (ECIIA) held a joint working breakfast in the European Parliament on 28 June on the theme of “Country-by-Country Reporting: From Risks to Opportunities”.

JOINT PRESS RELEASE FERMA ECIIA - Successful response to the European Commission’s proposal on country-by-country reporting requires a strong partnership between audit and risk management

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