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Entries in Transparency International UK (7)

Tuesday
Oct242017

Susan Hawley: Is Airbus a repeat of the BAE-Al Yamamah fiasco?

The UK Serious Fraud Office has been investigating corruption allegations against Airbus subsidiary GPT on a Saudi contract overseen by the UK Military of Defense. The case has alarming similarities with the BAE-Al Yamamah case from a decade ago.

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Monday
Oct232017

Rory Donaldson: TI-UK Guidance presents international best practices for anti-bribery compliance

Transparency International UK launched a new online tool this month to provide businesses with practical and in depth guidance on tackling bribery and corruption.

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Tuesday
Oct102017

Resource Alert: New guidance for UK companies (and everyone else)

Transparency International UK rolled out a new tool Tuesday to help companies in the UK and overseas create anti-bribery compliance programs and evaluate their effectiveness.

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Thursday
Jun222017

Robert Barrington: Yes, not-for-profits have a big role in compliance

Some would argue that not-for-profits have done their job after campaigning for the UK Bribery Act and France's Loi Sapin II, and indeed for the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, and should now leave compliance to others. 

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Thursday
Feb252016

Martin Kenney: Why are UK fraud victims neglected and forgotten?

According to Transparency International UK, "billions of pounds of dirty money" are passing through the UK monetary system, due to what TI describes as a "woefully inadequate” and fragmented anti-money laundering approach.

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Tuesday
Nov242015

TI: UK AML supervision is an unworkable mish-mash

Transparency International released a report Monday calling for a radical overhaul of the UK’s anti-money laundering system.

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Thursday
Jun262014

Don't miss it. New guidance on grease payments

A few countries -- including Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and the U.S. -- allow grease payments that happen overseas. But the small bribes are still risky and potentially damaging. 

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