Global Financial Integrity

 

Investors managing over $740 billion call for transparency over American company owners

Call follows alarm over range of threats to investments from anonymous company owners ** Read the full letter to the Senate HERE and House HERE ** Washington, DC — Today global investors managing over $740 billion in assets are calling for the...

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First Annual Amartya Sen Prize on Illicit Financial Flows Awarded to Max Everest-Phillips, Hamish Russell, and Gillian Brock

ASAP, GFI, and Yale Inaugurate Prize Honoring Nobel-Winning Economist Amartya Sen

2014 Contest Solicited Essays on Connection between Illicit Flows, Global Poverty, Inequality

WASHINGTON, DC / NEW HAVEN, CT – Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP), Global Financial Integrity (GFI), and the Yale Global Justice Program awarded the inaugural Amartya Sen Prize over the weekend to Max Everest-Phillips, Hamish Russell, and Gillian Brock for their essays on illicit financial flows, poverty, and inequality.

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