Analysis, Governance & Reporting

Corporate transparency kicks off in the US

By Ellesheva Kissin
corporate transparency
Credit: Bloomberg Mercury

A last-ditch effort to halt a corporate transparency regime in the US has failed — with US companies now required to reveal information about their beneficial owners.

The Corporate Transparency Act, put in place in 2021 to curb corrupt finance in shadowy shell companies, requires many companies doing ...

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