Unpicking the contradictions that facilitate tax crime
Trilateral Research is proud to work with our partners in PROTAX project, contributing to strengthening the prevention and prosecution of tax crimes in Europe. PROTAX has so far shown the vital importance of addressing the environment in which tax crime is produced, not only whether the ‘correct’ laws are in place. An intriguing finding of […]
Policing Economic Crime Post Brexit
As part of the PROTAX project, Trilateral Research has led the organisation and research work of focus groups with experts from European tax authorities and policy-makers (e.g., from the Ministry of Finance and/or the Ministry of Justice and/or the Ministry of the Interior), supervisory and regulatory authorities, and representatives of professional associations of bankers, accountants, […]
Developing new methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate corruption and TAX Crimes in the EU
Trilateral Research is delighted to work with law enforcement agencies, national tax authorities and other research institutions from several EU countries in the EU-funded PROTAX project, for a concerted and timely initiative to combat tax crime in Europe. We are delighted to invite tax experts, tax authorities representatives, law enforcement agencies, professionals of relevant industries […]
Tax crime: how much do we pay for those who don’t?
Trilateral Research joins law enforcement agencies, national tax authorities and other research institutions from several EU countries in the newly launched, EU-funded PROTAX project, for a concerted and timely initiative to combat tax crime in Europe. The PROTAX consortium is looking for answers to questions like these: Why should we pay more taxes or have […]