Treasurer vows to ‘throw the book’ at people answerable for breach after unauthorised disclosures of multinational tax consultations
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Jim Chalmers has said he’s “absolutely furious” at findings a former PwC tax adviser breached the confidentiality of multinational tax consultations by disclosing them to different employees on the agency with out authorisation.
On Wednesday, the treasurer promised to “throw the book” at people answerable for what he labelled a “shocking breach of trust, an appalling breach of trust”.
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