blogs Peter Low · Feb 2020
The importance of shining a light on opaque corporate structures created in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has been repeatedly underscored by successive money laundering scandals affecting the region.
blogs Tim Davies · Jan 2020
OpenOwnership is taking part in the IMF’s latest Anti-Corruption challenge and we need your help and votes! (see more detail on how you can vote for us at the bottom of the blog)
blogs OpenOwnership · Jan 2020
A new year, and a new leak of financial information that reveals how shell companies have been deployed to move and hide vast sums of money from a resource-rich state to the accounts of politically connected individuals.
blogs Victor Ponsford · Dec 2019
2019 has been a busy and productive year for OpenOwnership. We appointed our first executive director, Thom Townsend, and hired several more key staff in response to rising demand for our expertise. Alongside significant change internally, the wider beneficial ownership...
blogs Louise Russell-Prywata · Dec 2019
This month, OpenOwnership has been in Yerevan providing technical assistance to support the development of Armenia’s beneficial ownership register, and conducting the next phase of our scoping review of opportunities to advance beneficial ownership transparency.
blogs Sean Martin McDonald · Nov 2019
OpenOwnership was built on a relatively simple idea: it should be easy to understand who owns companies. That has been OpenOwnership’s clear, and relatively singular, mission since its founding - and by most measures, it’s been a resounding success. OpenOwnership...