Our partners at the OECD have just published a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to help companies involved in minerals sectors better address bribery and corruption risks throughout their supply chain.
MISEC (Movimento pela Integridade do Setor de Engenharia e Construção) is a Collective Action initiative that aims to raise awareness and understanding of integrity and anti-corruption issues among supply chains in the engineering and construction sectors.
Mark Pieth, President of the Board of the Basel Institute on Governance and author of the book Gold Laundering, offers an insight into the risks of human rights and environmental harms in gold supply chains. Where are the risks and responsibilities?
Collective Action with gold refiners, suppliers and other stakeholders, he concludes, can help to clean up the industry.
Companies conducting business beyond their domestic markets face growing legal and reputation risks.
The Good Practice Guidelines on Conducting Third Party Due Diligence are meant as a practitioner’s guide to managing these risks and are intended for all types of businesses.