Beneficial ownership disclosure: fact sheet for companies

Published Date: 
November, 2016
Publisher: 
EITI

There are clear benefits for companies operating in countries with beneficial ownership registers:

Reduces risk in business relationsCreates a level playing fieldImproves investment climatePrevents corruption and illicit flowsBuilds trust. 

Find out more in this factsheet.

A further resource for why beneficial ownership transparency is positive for business is www.openownership.com

List of former EITI Board members

Published Date: 
April, 2015
Publisher: 
EITI International Secretariat

The EITI now has its fifth Board since its establishment in 2006.

Below are the lists of the members of the past fiveBoards:

2016-20192013-20162011-20132009-20112006-2008

For a current list of the Board in PDF, view this page, or the Board member page here

Déclaration des investisseurs sur la transparence dans le secteur de l'extraction

Published Date: 
October, 2006
Publisher: 
EITI

Dans cette déclaration, les investisseurs institutionnels expliquent leur soutien à l'ITIE

« Nous sommes inquiets du fait que les sociétés opérant dans le secteur de l’extraction sont particulièrement exposées aux risques occasionnés par ce type d’environnement. En effet, les sociétés effectuant des paiements légitimes mais cachés à des gouvernements peuvent se voir accusées de jouer un rôle dans la création de conditions favorisant la corruption. Il s’agit d’un problème important pour les échanges commerciaux :

Statement of support to the EITI from financial and lending institutions

Published Date: 
April, 2017
Publisher: 
EITI International Secretariat

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As financial and lending institutions with exposure to extractive companies operating around the world, we believe it is in the interest of the companies that we lend to and invest in operate in a business environment characterised by stability, transparency and respect for the rule of law. These factors are essential to securing economic prosperity and social cohesion, which, in turn, enable these companies to prosper. However, they are frequently undermined by poor standards of governance and transparency,

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