The International Tax Review has reported on a conference at Oxford last week, saying:
Of course, Oxford could also have heard from me on the subject but so broad minded is the Oxford Centre for Business Taxation that they've banned me from their events for asking awkward questions about things like their funding (the FTSE 100) and governance and why they're quite so keen to promote tax havens without disclosing their conflicts of interest when doing so. So they just have others promote my ideas instead.
But good for Lord Hollick. You can't keep a good idea down and country-by-country reporting is an idea whose time has come.