Our top 5 anti-corruption news stories – April 2020

Our top 5 anti-corruption news stories – April 2020

1. Corruption can have no place in our covid-19 recovery. Governments and companies are taking exceptional measures to control the spread of coronavirus – but we must safeguard against those who would illegally profit from this. World Economic Forum 2. Guatemalan officials investigated for corruption. Health officials are investigated for allegedly conspiring to defraud state funds during the coronavirus crisis. Aljazeera 3. Europe’s scramble to buy covid-19 supplies. European governments expedite procedures to buy…
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Our top 5 anti-corruption news stories – March 2020

Our top 5 anti-corruption news stories – March 2020

Corruption and the coronavirus in Latin America. With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to affect more and more countries, thirteen Transparency International chapters across Latin America published guidance that will help governments in the region stop critical emergency funds being lost to corruption.- Transparency International   25 Essential anti-corruption provisions to include in the covid-19 US response. Transparency International U.S. called on Congress to ensure that government contracts go toward fighting the virus and are…
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Sandra Orihuela participa en el conversatorio de Cumplimiento de Graña y Montero

Un grupo de más de 80 personas representantes del sector privado, de instituciones gremiales y del sector académico, se reunieron para compartir su experiencia en el conversatorio Gobierno Corporativo y Cumplimiento: ¿Un nuevo desafío de las empresas en el Perú?, organizado por el Grupo Graña y Montero en colaboración con la International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA). Nuestra socia fundadora Sandra Orihuela impartió la ponencia: “¿Dónde estamos? Marco actual de Cumplimiento en Perú y Latinoamérica”. https://youtu.be/m8-xoCC2L6s
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Anti-corruption developments affecting Latin America’s mining industry

This article provides a legal analysis of the most important anti-corruption developments affecting the mining industry in Latin America. See the PDF version or read the article in full below. ----- Despite a slowdown in the global mining industry, Latin America remains a key destination for mining investment, because of the sizeable wealth of its mineral resources, reduced operating costs and incentive-based policies. As a result of the large number of mega-projects it is able to…
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