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Using blockchain for transparent beneficial ownership registers

30 May 2017

The OECD and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) are considering how to improve implementation of the international standards on transparency, including on the availability of beneficial ownership information and its international exchange. Julia de Jong, Alexander Meyer, and Jeffrey Owens of the Global Tax Policy Centre at the Institute of Austrian and International Tax Law within the Vienna University of Economics and Business explore how blockchain technology could be used to achieve this goal.



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