Transparency International (TI) says it believes that the High Level Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity for Achieving the 2030 Agenda (FACTI) would do well by prioritising three key reforms to address what it describes as the pernicious impact of illicit financial flows (IFFs).

Commenting on the virtual consultation the panel recently held (Trade Based Financial Crime, 29 July 2020), the non-profit organisation that combats global corruption says it wants to see the UN-hosted panel work towards a common agenda to tackle secrecy, a global asset registry and an asset recovery agreement.

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