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Latest news & analyses
African Anti-Corruption Day: Transparency International calls on African Union leaders to act on anti-corruption commitments
Transparency International raises concerns over the interrogation of chapter senior executives and calls on Palestinian authorities to guarantee its chapter’s safety
Legitimate interest 2.0: Enabling journalists and activists to follow the money in the European Union
The EU needs to comply with the Court of Justice ruling on beneficial ownership registers and safeguard the financial system’s integrity at the same time.
Searching for owners: What we found when we cross-analysed company and real estate ownership data in France
Our new report uncovers significant loopholes through which criminals can still launder and invest their money in French real estate.
Lithuania will host the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC), the world’s largest independent global forum in the fight against corruption.
Transparency International celebrates 30 years of persistence and determination in creating vital change for a democratic and corruption-free global society.