Registration opens for UNCAC Conference of States Parties side events

Posted on September 13, 2023

This December, the United States will host the 10th session of the Conference of the States Parties (COSP) to the UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) in Atlanta. The COSP is the main policymaking body of the UNCAC and will gather the international community to progress global efforts in the prevention of and fight against corruption. Continue reading

Updates from the Bribery Prevention Network | Critical developments for your business in the anti-corruption landscape

Posted on August 31, 2023

Join the Bribery Prevention Network‘s side event at the Africa Down Under Conference to hear about critical legislative, judicial and policy updates in the anti-bribery and corruption space that will have implications for Australian businesses operating at home and in Africa.  The session will highlight practical tools and resources for Australian business to prevent, detect and address bribery and Continue reading

Recording: Supply Chain Transparency Webinar

Posted on June 1, 2023

On Wednesday 31 May 12.00pm (AEST) the Bribery Prevention Network hosted a webinar that offers guidance to SMEs on how to address supply chain risks to increase transparency (and promote responsible business practice/bribery prevention), and gain better access to trade finance. Experts in trade finance and compliance will share practical measures that businesses can implement to protect themselves from bribery, Continue reading

2023 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum

Posted on April 20, 2023

The 2023 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum will take place at the OECD in Paris from 24-25 May 2023. This year’s Forum is titled Action to Impact: Working together to strengthen integrity and fight corruption. It will focus on how the public and private sectors can work together to tackle issues such as the Continue reading

Webinar: Supply Chain Transparency

Posted on April 19, 2023

Considering the evolving global landscape and the increased focus on corporate responsibility, supply chain transparency has become more important than ever. Expectations of both financiers and customers are seeing a rising need for businesses to mitigate risks across a range of areas, including bribery and corruption, money laundering and modern slavery. Join us on Wednesday 31 May 12.00pm Continue reading