The OECD Capacity Building Programme for tax crime investigators was launched to help countries detect and investigate financial crimes, and recover the proceeds of those crimes, by developing the skills of criminal investigators.Read more
The Fifth OECD Forum on Tax and Crime took place in London on 7-8 November 2017. This event provided a unique opportunity to come together and discuss the global response to the changing nature of tax crimes and other financial crimes.Read more
The OECD’s Oslo Dialogue, launched by the OECD in 2011, promotes a whole of government approach to tackling financial crimes by fostering inter-agency and international co-operation. Read more about our work.
Drawing on the experiences of 67 countries, this study focuses on the legal, strategic, operational, and cultural aspects of co-operation between tax authorities and anti-corruption authorities. The report will enable countries to review and evaluate their own approaches for co-operation on matters relating to tax and corruption, and identify opportunities for improvements based on practices that have proved successful elsewhere.