The Convention on Business Integrity (CBi), in partnership with the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has established a Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS) for listed companies in Nigeria. Membership is open to companies listed on the NSE. The current membership base spans:

  • Financial institutions
  • Multinational companies operating in Nigeria
  • Local companies and business associations

The CGRS works towards the following objectives:

This project of the Hacia La Integridad Collective Action initiative is implemented by the UNODC field office in Colombia, with the support of its headquarters in Vienna. It seeks to increase public and private dialogue and knowledge sharing to strengthen the development and implementation of measures addressed at corruption prevention, criminalisation and enforcement in line with the United Nations Convention against Corruption.

This is achieved by:

The project aimed to prevent corruption and create fair market conditions in Spain by improving corporate governance in the private sector and enhancing transparency in public services and procurement. The impact of this project was an improvement in quality of the corporate governance system. Throughout implementation, the project examined:

During the three-year project, IBLF will seek to bring to Russia and China the best international practices in corporate approaches to compliance, raise knowledge and consciousness of the costs of corruption and the benefits of combating it, and bring innovative management tools and techniques to multinational and local companies.

The Banknote Ethics Initiative (BnEI) is an initiative established to provide ethical business practice, with a focus on the prevention of corruption and on compliance with anti-trust law within the banknote industry. Working together, and through BnEI, the industry can help ensure that all the companies operating in the industry are performing to the highest ethical standards.