Tax fairness​ - case studies, podcasts, webinars and blogs

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  • PRI_Podcast_Built_In_Why_tax_should_be_on_the_agenda_for_responsible_investors_MAR_2023

    Why tax should be on the agenda for responsible investors


    In this episode, Sebastien Akbik, Corporate Governance Analyst at the PRI spoke with Kiran Aziz, Head of Responsible Investments from KLP and Daniel Mulé, Policy Lead, Extractive Industries Tax and Transparency from Oxfam America.

  • IN_Podcast-The proposed global tax reforms_built-in

    The proposed global tax reforms – can they eliminate profit shifting?


    Our guest speakers, Alex Cobham from Tax Justice Network and Ryan Gurule from the FACT Coalition will be sharing their insights on the global tax reforms and implications for investors.

  • IN_Podcast_Covid-Governance-voting-engagement_built-in

    COVID-19 and corporate governance: impact on voting and engagement


    In this episode of the PRI podcast, the PRI’s head of corporate governance, Athanasia Karananou speaks with Sacha Sadan of Legal and General Investment Management.

  • Coins with white lines leading to famous offshore zones on world map

    OECD BEPS project and country-by-country reporting


    Richard Murphy, a chartered accountant, political economist, and co-founder of the Tax Justice Network, joins PRI’s Vaishnavi Ravishankar to discuss the OECD’s BEPS project with a particular focus on Action 13 and country-by-country reporting. Together, they unpack the concept by discussing the merits as well as challenges associated with requirements.

  • Businessman and stack coins and building shadow success business financial and tax season under the sky and sunlight

    Corporate tax responsibility


    Robert Wilson (MFS Investment Management) joins the PRI’s Athanasia Karananou to discuss the issue of tax and why this matters to investors. This covers Robert’s work as part of a PRI-led investor taskforce to explore and engage on the issue of corporate tax responsibility.

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    Corporate ownership transparency


    Secret or anonymously-owned companies pose a number of risks to shareholders - both financial and non-financial. This is primarily due to the difficulty in identifying the actual (“beneficial”) owners. Eryn Schornick (Global Witness) joins the PRI’s Olivia Mooney to discuss the issue, as well as the tools available to investors ...