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Entrenching Transparency Through Disclosure Of Beneficial Ownership

Press The Independent, Nigeria · Sep 2021

As countries of the World now act to improve financial transparency, making disclosure of beneficial ownership as simple and inexpensive to promote compliance and help achieve the ultimate aim of greater corporate accountability, Garba Abubakar, Registrar General/CEO of the Corporate...

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Opening Extractives: Global Beneficial Ownership Transparency Implementers’ Forum

events Open Ownership · Sep 2021

Organised by the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Open Ownership (OO), and supported by the BHP Foundation, the Opening Extractives Global Beneficial Ownership Transparency Implementers’ Forum brought together implementing countries and beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) reformers from around the...

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Group advocates transparency, accountability in corporate governance in Nigeria

Press Business247 News Online · Sep 2021

The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has advocated for transparency, accountability in corporate governance in Nigeria.Musa Rafsanjani, Executive Director, CISLAC, disclosed this in a media briefing in Lagos on Wednesday.

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Measures to check corruption in extractive industry takes off

Press Ghana Web · Sep 2021

A one-year project aimed at supporting Ghana’s effort at implementing beneficial ownership (BO) information to check illicit activities and corruption in the extractive sector was launched in Accra yesterday.

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Six of the largest extractive companies commit to a common set of policies and practices on beneficial ownership transparency

news Open Ownership · Sep 2021

Beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) - knowing who ultimately controls and benefits from a company - is a powerful solution to end the abuse of anonymous companies. As a practical reform measure, 110 countries including the EU, UK and US, have...

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Collective action can stop corruption in the extractives sector

Press Thomson Reuters Foundation News · Sep 2021

Collective action can stop corruption in the extractives sector. The countries most affected, and the industries where so much of the corruption takes place, need to be at the forefront of putting in reforms.

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