The purpose of this one day conference is to update you on the risks posed to your business by corruption, and to consider best practice management measures to prevent your business being the perpetrator or victim of corruption, or becoming unintentionally involved in a corrupt transaction. The primary focus of the day is on the infrastructure sector, but the lessons learned will be applicable to all sectors. All our speakers are experts in their fields.
For details of the programme and speakers, and to sign up please see the booking form below.
UK Anti-Corruption Forum Workshop
"Corporate Anti-Corruption Actions"
London - 17th October 2008
The Forum held a one day anti-corruption Workshop in London on 17th October 2008 entitled "Corporate Anti-Corruption Actions". It was attended by over 80 participants from 9 countries.
The Workshop was divided into four consecutive sessions: Gifts, hospitality and facilitation payments; Due diligence; Internal monitoring and whistle blowing; and Crisis management. Each session commenced with a panel discussion on the topic, led by senior and experienced industry representatives. The topic was then thrown open for floor discussion. The purpose of the Workshop was to exchange ideas on how best to deal at corporate level with some of the key challenges in this area.
The Forum has published a summary of the content of the Workshop.
UK Anti-Corruption Forum Conference
"Preventing Corruption in Infrastructure"
London - 2nd October 2007
The Forum held an international anti-corruption conference in London on 2nd October 2007, entitled "Preventing Corruption in Infrastructure". It was attended by over 120 participants from 10 countries.
The conference focused on practical aspects of corruption prevention, and included senior speakers from the UK and Tanzanian Governments, contractors, consultants, professional institutions, the Beijing and London Olympics, the World Bank and EU Commission, and UK prosecution authorities.
The conference was held under the Chatham House Rule, which allowed all participants to speak freely. Therefore, transcripts have not been published, and speakers cannot be attributed.
However, key points highlighted at the conference by some of the speakers and/or during the discussion sessions were as follows:
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