Hillman D and Ashford C, 2012
Stamp Out Poverty have created an extremely useful ‘FTT Myth-Busting’ paper which covers 12 common ‘myths’ concerning the impact of the FTT which continue to be peddled by our opponents. All of which can be shown to be false.
Stephen Spratt and Christina Ashford, 2011. Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and Stamp Out Poverty
Developed countries have committed to raising $100 billion a year to help finance climate mitigation and adaptation activities in developing countries. Where will this money come from?
Nana Yaa Boakye-Adjei, 2011 Stamp Out Poverty
Better FX is a practical guide for charities and social enterprises wanting to start, improve, or learn more about foreign exchange procurement practices.
Beitler D, September 2010
The report shows that FTTs have been implemented either permanently or temporarily in at least 40 countries over the last decades, generating billions in revenue from financial markets.
Boakye-Adjei NY, 2009 Stamp Out Poverty
Between £20-£50 million is being lost by UK charities in the process of sending funds overseas to carry out their humanitarian and development work. These millions do not make it to their intended destinations because of the uncompetitive rates and misleading transfer fees offered by banks when selling local currency.
Spratt S, 2006 Intelligence Capital and Stamp Out Poverty
The report, written by City think-tank Intelligence Capital, details for the first time how the UK government can unilaterally implement a stamp duty on sterling currency transactions.
Spratt S, 2006 Intelligence Capital and Stamp Out Poverty: London
This report written by City think-tank Intelligence Capital, shows for the first time how governments in the eurozone can implement a stamp duty on euro currency transactions to bridge the funding gap required to meet the Millennium Development Goals.