This report by Transparency International explores why and how a company ought to measure the effectiveness of its approach to anti-corruption. The report analyses what is understood by “measuring effectiveness”, highlights practical considerations, and provides examples of metrics that are proving useful for companies.
Co-developed by the Professionals against Corruption, this bibliography of resources provides professionals in the legal, accounting and property sectors with a repository of knowledge and guidance on issues of integrity, including money laundering and related issues.
The bibliography combines academic articles and legislation with guidance from professional bodies, NGO publications, media coverage and case studies.
The IBE Say No Toolkit is a decision-making tool designed to help organisations support their employees to make the right decision when faced with a difficult situation. Developed by the Institute of Business Ethics, it is available online via a dedicated website or an app.
The Say No Toolkit provides immediate, practical guidance on a wide range of business issues, including what to do when faced with issues like offers of gifts or hospitality, facilitation payments and conflicts of interest.
The Basel Institute on Governance has joined forces with the Alliance for Integrity and more than 60 partners from 12 countries to raise awareness of the importance of business integrity – and the challenges it can present to individuals, their families, business partners and society.
This policy paper outlines three general recommendations for the G20 provided by the B20 Integrity and Compliance Taskforce under the B20 Saudi Arabia 2020 process.
The Basel Institute on Governance was proud to serve as Knowledge Partner to the B20 Integrity and Compliance Taskforce through its Collective Action team.
Collective Action is at the heart of the new Strategy 2021–23 of the United Nations Global Compact, an ambitious corporate sustainability initiative that supports companies around the world in achieving sustainable and responsible business operations throughout their supply chains.
How can local certification of small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) help to alleviate anti-corruption due diligence for SMEs as well as multinational corporations (MNC) seeking to work with them?
A new Working Paper by the Basel Institute's Collective Action team attempts to answer that question, which is of real practical relevance to businesses around the world. The paper offers six clear recommendations to practitioners based on discussions and analysis of current local certification initiatives in different countries and sectors.
How can local certification of small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) help to alleviate anti-corruption due diligence for SMEs as well as multinational corporations (MNC) seeking to work with them. This Working Paper by the Basel Institute's Collective Action team attempts to answer that question based on discussions and analysis of current local certification initiatives in different countries and sectors.
An illuminating new report by our OECD partners on Responsible Business Conduct and Anti-Corruption Compliance in Southeast Asia illustrates three points we have long emphasised at the Basel Institute.