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Sep 2016

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Cobus de Swardt letter to to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon on High Level Panel to Access to Medicines.


Sep 2016

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TI-UK’s new publication Counting the Pennies: Increasing transparency in the UK’s public finances The UK’s transparency over public spending is “ticking the right boxes” but failing to provide full and open scrutiny over how taxpayers’ money is being spent, according to new research from Transparency International UK. In over a third of public contracts, it is


Sep 2016

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Skills Matrices for TI-UK Board Members 2016


Sep 2016

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Robert barrington’s Speech at the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime, Thursday September 8th


Jul 2016

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This checklist is intended as an aide-memoire for those responsible for designing, implementing and reviewing the company’s third party anti-bribery management programme. It is not an exhaustive list but aims to cover the key elements outlined in the guide, Managing Third Party Risk: Only as strong as your weakest link.


Jul 2016

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These charts set out example procedures for screening, engaging and managing third parties. The procedures outlined are not exhaustive, but aim to cover the key elements of the framework outlined in the guide, Managing Third Party Risk: Only as strong as your weakest link.


Jun 2016

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Managing third party risk: Only as strong as your weakest link provides practical advice on addressing the challenges of managing third party bribery risk. Although aimed at larger companies, the content may also be helpful to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as regulators, prosecuting agencies and professional advisers.


Jun 2016

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The United Kingdom has legislated against corruption in various forms since the late 19th Century, this itself drawing on a longer tradition in British law. The Bribery Act 2010 is a recent and landmark addition to the legislative environment in the UK for corruption.


Jun 2016

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In this submission, Transparency International UK (TI-UK) provides a response to the Home Office consultation on new asset recovery powers for law enforcement. 152 Download Attachments TI-UK Submission – New asset recovery powers for law enforcement June2016File size: 257 KB Downloads: 670


Jun 2016

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In this submission, Transparency International UK provides a response to HM Treasury’s call for information on the UK’s anti-money laundering (AML) supervisory regime. 350 Download Attachments TI-UK Submission – AML supervisory call for information – June 2016File size: 528 KB Downloads: 1836


Jun 2016

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Within the health sector, pharmaceuticals stands out as sub-sector that is particularly prone to corruption. There are abundant examples globally that display how corruption in the pharmaceutical sector endangers positive health outcomes, resulting in the possibility of fatal consequences.


May 2016

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In order for the UK to get its own house in order, the UK Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies must introduce centralised public registers of beneficial ownership.


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