Tax transparency: Openness, disclosure and exchange of information

01-09-2015

The links between transparency (what is disclosed and known to the public) and secrecy (what is not) are neither direct nor self-explanatory. Finally, there is a push to address shortcomings and opaque practices and promote transparency. It provides cross-cutting information on the different facets of growing openness in tax transparency and the way in which it affects the various stakeholders. It does not describe applicable procedures or regulatory developments under discussion.

The links between transparency (what is disclosed and known to the public) and secrecy (what is not) are neither direct nor self-explanatory. Finally, there is a push to address shortcomings and opaque practices and promote transparency. It provides cross-cutting information on the different facets of growing openness in tax transparency and the way in which it affects the various stakeholders. It does not describe applicable procedures or regulatory developments under discussion.