Examining the cultural shift on tax avoidance

The panel at the Financial Crime Conversation discussed how the millennial generation has been at the forefront of the protests against tax avoidance. Photography: Stigtryggur JohannssonThe panel at the Financial Crime Conversation discussed how the millennial generation has been at the forefront of the protests against tax avoidance. Photography: Stigtryggur Johannsson

 

Against the backdrop of the Panama and Paradise Papers, legal tax avoidance has become a significant moral challenge for companies. Our latest Financial Crime Conversation looked at the cultural shift on tax.

Higher moral and ethical expectations, particularly among the millennial generation, mean that the social impact of tax avoidance is now just as much part of the debate as the associated regulatory, legal or commercial issues.

Daisy McAndrew, Will Fitzgibbon, Louise Delahunty and Richard Brooks at the Financial Crime ConversationDaisy McAndrew, Will Fitzgibbon, Louise Delahunty and Richard

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