Global Finance is Still Destroying the World’s Biggest Rainforests
Some of the world’s largest banks and investment firms are still sinking serious money into companies which are destroying the world’s forests.
How following tainted public money from Congo led me to the heart of Europe
Europe’s flawed anti-money laundering framework enables kleptocrat rulers and their families to loot their own country.
Commodity traders: lenders of last resort for Africa’s oil-producers
Oil-backed loans are high-risk from a financial, sovereignty and corruption perspective. Transparency can help mitigate these risks, and is crucial for the responsible and accountable management of natural resources.
Hey, Big Lenders
The arrival – or increased presence – of commodity traders on the lending scene is concerning, and could be a key factor in Africa’s current debt problems.