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Targeting Serious Financial Crime in Australia

The Serious Financial Crime Taskforce (SFCT) is a multi-agency taskforce targeting Serious Financial Crime in Australia. The intent of the SFCT is to maintain integrity and community confidence in the tax and superannuation systems. The SFCT aims to align the priorities and resources of Commonwealth law enforcement and regulatory agencies to target the highest risk priorities, through an intelligence-led approach.

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  • More than 140 000 policy makers and shapers from across the globe visit the OECD every year.
  • At the OECD, countries assess each otherís policy performance and propose advice for improvement. This peer review approach is now used by other international organisations.
  • Some of the international benchmarks we have set include the Polluter Pays Principle and the Anti-Bribery Convention.

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  • More than 140 000 policy makers and shapers from across the globe visit the OECD every year.
  • At the OECD, countries assess each otherís policy performance and propose advice for improvement. This peer review approach is now used by other international organisations.
  • Some of the international benchmarks we have set include the Polluter Pays Principle and the Anti-Bribery Convention.

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The OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS has a global membership, including about 70% of non-OECD and non-G20 countries from all geographic regions. With greater inclusiveness and participation, developing countriesí perspectives and inputs are increasingly influencing the development of international standards on corporate taxation. As such, capacity building support for developing countries is core to the Inclusive Framework, prioritising active, equal participation in the BEPS process.

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At its inaugural meeting in Kyoto, Japan in July 2016 there were 82 members of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS. Today, there are over 130 members and 14 observer organisations.

At its inaugural meeting in Kyoto, Japan in July 2016 there were 82 members of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS. Today, there are over 130 members and 14 observer organisations.