Improving Co-operation Between Tax Authorities And Anti-corruption Authorities In Combating Tax Crime And Corruption

  • Date Published 23/05/2024
Improving Co-operation Between Tax Authorities And Anti-corruption Authorities In Combating Tax Crime And Corruption
Improving Co-operation Between Tax Authorities And Anti-corruption Authorities In Combating Tax Crime And Corruption

Corruption seriously damages the fabric of society. It wrongly enriches criminals at the expense of public trust in institutions, creates an unlevel playing field for law-abiding businesses, and radically limits progress on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Corruption, in all its forms, is a complex crime and through modern technology, criminals are using increasingly sophisticated methods to avoid detection. This makes it more important than ever for political leaders, policy makers, and law-enforcement authorities to develop joint approaches to stamping out such behaviours. By its very nature, corruption often occurs alongside or involves the commission of other serious financial crimes, be it money laundering, tax evasion, or terrorist financing. Combating corruption therefore requires a holistic approach that integrates a range of law enforcement efforts to prevent, detect, investigate, and prosecute financial and economic crimes associated with corrupt acts.

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Improving Co-operation Between Tax Authorities And Anti-corruption Authorities In Combating Tax Crime And Corruption

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