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John CHRISTENSEN Director, Tax Justice Network International Secretariat, London


 Trained as a development economist. Has worked as an adviser to a variety of governmental and non-governmental agencies. Several periods of employment in private sector financial organisations, including offshore trust administration.
1987-1998 Economic adviser to the government of Jersey. Subsequently advised Oxfam on their report on "Releasing the hidden billions for development".
2002 Took a lead role in founding the Tax Justice Network, the leading civil society organisation combating illicit financial flows and abusive tax practices.
 Regularly comments on international financial issues on BBC, in the Financial Times, The Guardian and other international media.


Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Fellow
Association for Accountancy & Business Affairs, Member


Tax us if you can, 2005. Co-author
Closing the Floodgates, 2007. Co-author
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who is Most Corrupt of All, 2007
A Game as Old as Empire, 2007. Co-author