Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you all for being here today.
My first question is for the CSIS and RCMP officials. It has to do with data collection.
Again today, we are hearing about how difficult it is to track beneficial owners, which are often corporations. In recent meetings, we have also heard about the problem posed by complacency laws in tax haven jurisdictions.
When CSIS or the RCMP wants information about people who may be laundering money or financing terrorism, to what extent are tax havens problematic? We are talking about countries that uphold banking secrecy, that are complacent and somewhat complicit in these crimes. How problematic are complacency laws in other jurisdictions for your investigations?