OECD International Academy for Tax Crime Investigation

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Vast amounts of money are kept offshore and go untaxed to the extent. that taxpayers fail to comply with tax obligations in their home jurisdiction. Offshore tax evasion is a serious problem for jurisdictions all over the. world OECD and non OECD small and large developing and developed. Cooperation between tax administrations is critical in the fight against tax. evasion and a key aspect of that co operation is exchange of information. Angel Gurr a OECD Secretary General Report to the 2013 G20 Leaders. Summit Saint Petersburg, More than USD 1 in every USD 6 in the world is not subject to tax precisely. because those earning it deliberately ensured that it would be hidden from. the world s tax authorities Tax evasion is always a crime Tax evasion. on this scale is not just a personal crime though it then becomes a crime. against society and a crime against democracy,Tax Justice Network 2011 The Cost of Tax Abuse. This December 2014 report from Global Financial Integrity Illicit Financial. Flows from the Developing World 2003 2012 finds that developing and. emerging economies lost USD6 6 trillion in illicit financial flows from 2003. through 2012 with illicit outflows increasing at a staggering average rate. of 9 4 percent per year roughly twice as fast as global GDP. December 2014 report from Global Financial Integrity Illicit Financial. Flows from the Developing World 2003 2012,Photo credits. Guardia di Finanza,Evlakhov Valeriy iStockPhoto,Thinkstock. Hemera Thinkstock,The Oslo Dialogue, A Whole of Government Approach to Fighting Financial Crimes.
Financial crime is one of the greatest threats to the economic and social well being of people. living in all countries Illicit financial activities such as tax evasion corruption computer fraud. and money laundering are a global problem demanding a global response In order to address. these issues more effectively in 2011 the OECD initiated the Oslo Dialogue a global dialogue. on a whole of government approach to fighting tax evasion and other financial crimes. The OECD International Academy for Tax Crime Investigation. A key pillar of this initiative is strengthening the capacity of tax crime investigators to tackle. illicit financial flows In 2012 at the second international Forum on Tax and Crime in Rome. the OECD Capacity Building Programme for Tax Crime Investigators was launched to help. countries to detect and investigate financial crimes and recover the proceeds of those crimes. by developing the skills of criminal investigators through intensive training courses on the. latest investigative techniques In 2013 the first pilot Foundation Course took place and in. 2014 the OECD International Academy for Tax Crime Investigation was established The pilot. Intermediate Programme was held in December 2014, The Academy Programme includes foundation intermediate and specialty courses These. courses are delivered in modern training centres by an international faculty of experienced. senior tax crime investigators and financial crime specialists including experts from international. organisations such as Europol Interpol and the IMF. Conducting Financial Investigations,Foundation Programme. The Conducting Financial Investigations Foundation Programme is an interactive two week. course which gives participants an in depth knowledge of the financial activities as well as. responses to these issues and available tools, The course is suitable for all tax crime investigators and related professionals who wish to. develop a good basic understanding of the principles and techniques underpinning the. detection and investigation of illicit financial activities including tax fraud bribery and. corruption and money laundering,Course structure, The course is structured around a number of modules. which will be taught through a combination of lectures group. discussions practical exercises and participant presentations. These modules include,The importance of financial investigations.
Principles of evidence, Sources of information including banks and other financial. institutions,Methods of proof,Planning conducting and recording interviews. Investigative techniques,Money laundering awareness. Bribery and corruption awareness,International co operation. Recovering the proceeds of crime, Following the course participants will have a thorough.
understanding of the key skills required in financial investigations. including the ability to follow the money through complex financial. arrangements and use sophisticated techniques to identify links. between suspects and illicit financial activities They will gain an. increased awareness of the risks to countries posed by corruption. and money laundering and the role that tax crime investigators can. play in combating these offences Successful financial investigations. often rely on effective co operation between government agencies. and between countries and the course includes an analysis of. different models for co operation and how these can be used. in combating financial crimes Participants will also receive. instruction on how to share these skills and knowledge. within their agencies following completion of the course. to ensure that countries sending participants obtain. the maximum benefit for their investment,Who should apply. The course will be held at the Guardia di Finanza Economic and Financial Police School near. Rome Italy Participants are expected to attend the entire two week course. The course is open to government officials involved in the fight against all forms of financial. crime including tax and financial crime investigators prosecutors financial analysts and. judicial officials Participants should have some basic experience in conducting financial. investigations All instruction on the course will be conducted in English. Successful applicants will be expected to perform pre course assignments prior to attending. the programme This includes completing a questionnaire and producing a short presentation. to be given during the course This is to give participants the opportunity to learn from each. other and enable instructors to reflect in their teaching current issues faced by the countries. present Also successful applicants will need to bring a laptop computer to the classroom for. access to course materials, All costs related to instruction and materials will be borne by the OECD and its partners. Countries sending participants are expected to pay their own travel costs In addition a total. of EUR 800 per participant must be paid to cover accommodation and meals at the Guardia di. Finanza facility for the full two week programme, Officials who would like to apply for a place on the course should contact the Academy. Secretariat taxcrimeacademy oecd org to request an application form. The course has been developed by the OECD Task Force on Tax Crimes and Other Crimes with. strong support from its partners,Guardia di Finanza Economic and. Financial Police School, The course is part of the OECD International Academy for Tax.
Crime Investigation and will be held at the Guardia di Finanza. Economic and Financial Police School near Rome Italy. Since 1964 the school has been the main centre for post. The Scuola Polizia Tributaria, qualification and senior level training for the Guardia di. Finanza providing over 150 courses per year to officers and. The Foundation,foreignCourse, officials Conducting Financial Investigations will. be held at the Scuola di Polizia Tributaria near Rome Italy. The school is set in over 14 acres of green space close to the. Since 2000 coastal town ofhas,the Scuola Lidobeen,theand around. main 25 minutes,training by for,centre metro, from the centre of Rome It has modern training facilities. the Academy of the Guardia di Finanza Italy s fiscal police force. including recently refurbished internet enabled lecture theatres. providing over 150 courses,dedicated per year,computer to officers.
centre andbrand,library and foreign officials,new language. labs The entire facility has WiFi access to the Internet Other. The Scuola is set in over,facilities 14 acres of green. for participants include space close togym,a canteen the beach. television,resort of Lido di Ostia,room and around. recreation rooms and 25 aminutes,medical by metro,centre from the.
Accommodation,centre of Rome The Scuola,is provided on site has stateoccupancy. in single of the artrooms,training facilities, including recently refurbished internet enabled lecture theatres. Events are centre,dedicated computer organised for course. library participants,and brand to help them,new language get to. know each other and familiarise themselves with the nearby. The entire facility has wi fi access to the internet Other facilities. ancientinclude,for participants city of Rome,a canteen gym television room.
recreation rooms and a medical centre Accomodation is. provided on site in single and double occupancy rooms. Events are organised for course participants to help. them get to know each other and familiarise,themselves with the nearby ancient city of. Related reading, Technology Tools to Tackle Tax Evasion and Tax Tools OECD 2017 provides. an overview of some of the technology tools that tax authorities have. implemented to address tax evasion and tax fraud focussing on electronic. sales suppression and false invoicing, Effective Inter agency Co operation in Fighting Tax Crimes and Other. Financial Crimes Third Edition OECD 2017 is an in depth study of models. for sharing information between the tax administration law enforcement. the Financial Information Unit and financial regulators. International Co operation against Tax Crimes and Other Financial. Crimes A Catalogue of the Main Instruments OECD 2012 describes. the different agencies involved in the fight against financial. crimes and provides an overview of the international instruments. available and summarises current initiatives to improve inter agency. co operation, Bribery and Corruption Awareness Handbook for Tax Examiners and Tax. Auditors OECD 2013 is a handbook to raise the awareness of tax examiners. and auditors of issues concerning bribery and other forms of corruption. and provide guidance on how to recognise indicators of possible bribery. or corruption in the course of regular tax examinations and audits. Evading the Net Tax Crime in the Fisheries Sector OECD 2013 looks at the. issue of tax crime in the fisheries sector including frauds over taxes on. profit and earnings customs duties VAT and social security with. examples from real cases, Electronic Sales Suppression A Threat to Tax Revenues.
OECD 2013 describes the functions of point of, sales systems and the specific areas of risk to tax. administrations,www oecd org tax crime, Financial crime is one of the greatest threats to the economic and social well being of people living. in all countries Illicit financial activities such as tax evasion corruption computer fraud and. money laundering are a global problem demanding a global response The OECD International. Academy for Tax Crime Investigation helps countries to detect and investigate financial crimes and. recover the proceeds of those crimes by developing the skills of tax crime investigators through. intensive training courses The Conducting Financial Investigations Foundation Programme is. an intensive two week course which gives participants a good knowledge of the wide range of. issues faced by tax crime investigators in their fight against suspected illicit financial activities. The course is delivered at the Guardia di Finanza Economic and Financial Police School near Rome. Italy by an international faculty of senior experienced tax crime investigators and financial. crime specialists It is based on a syllabus prepared by the OECD with support from its partner. Guardia di Finanza Economic and Financial Police School near Rome Italy. financial crime and tax related offenses OECD Foundation Foundation Course Conducting Financial Investigations 8 April to 3 May 2013 Rome Italy Conducting Financial Investigations Foundation Programme OECD International Academy for Tax Crime Investigation Vast amounts of money are kept offshore and go untaxed to the extent that taxpayers fail to comply with tax obligations in their home

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