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Daniel Bruce

Daniel joined Transparency International UK as Chief Executive in October 2019. He is an experienced senior leader in international charities, previously serving as Chief Executive of the press freedom and media development organisation Internews.

If it’s easy, it’s not worth doing, to borrow from the words of former US President Teddy Roosevelt. Nothing could be more true of the global fight against corruption. Its impact both globally and in the UK is so pernicious that at Transparency International UK we believe it is unconscionable to accept it or simply

Wednesday, 06 November 2019 08:29

Working with business to stop corruption

Globally, an estimated £1.4 trillion changes hands in bribes every year. UK business has a vital role to play in tackling this corruption. But why should they do so? Bribery and corruption scandals have a major impact on every aspect of a company, from fines and reputational damage to internal issues such as the erosion

I’m delighted to be launching Transparency International UK’s new report, At Your Service, which shines a light on the role played by UK services in some of the biggest corruption cases of our time. From Argentina to Azerbaijan, businesses from Britain and its offshore financial centres have played a key role in over 400 corruption cases

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