This Best Practices Compendium acts as a guide for healthcare stakeholders to promote ethical business practices within their organizations/companies by addressing corruption challenges at different levels. 

The Compendium comprises 11 case studies focusing on best practices in fighting corruption. The case studies show great momentum towards collective action in ensuring transparency and accountability for fighting corruption.

The Basel Institute on Governance is delighted to have been selected by the B20 India as a Network and Knowledge Partner.

For the 12th consecutive year, the Basel Institute on Governance will bring its expertise in Collective Action, integrity and anti-corruption compliance to support the B20 process in shaping an impactful and business-oriented response.

The crypto industry has exploded in recent years, and authorities in different countries have been reacting in very different ways. Some have banned cryptocurrencies, while others are embracing them to varying degrees. Some are working hard to align their anti-money laundering regulations with FATF standards, while others are turning a blind eye. A few countries have confiscated huge quantities of crypto assets linked to crime and money laundering.

This report from the World Economic Forum focuses on the second phase of the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) project to address the needs of the infrastructure and urban development industries.

The report provides a solutions-based framework, a deep-dive at the state level in India and a diagnostic tool that can be replicated and enhanced. In addition, the report includes proposals and policy recommendations on processes and strategies to enhance transparency in the project pilot state of Maharashtra, India.

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The euphoria of India as a regional power has been dented by talk of systemic corruption, poor public services, nagging problems of unemployment, illiteracy and poverty and demographic challenges.

Establishing a strong sense of credibility in government and the development of adequate capacity for enforcement must also be addressed to ensure the success of India’s efforts.

To help foster a high-integrity engineering and construction (E&C) industry across India, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), with the support of the US Department of Commerce and Fluor India, has convened an Engineering and Construction Expert Working Group with representation from a broad range of E&C and related industries, to develop a set of Principles for the Engineering & Construction Sector that promote a fair marketplace through ethical business conduct.

This is the third and final publication of Global Compact Network India's Collective Action Project. In it, UNGC companies and business entities share practical experiences as to how they have been investing in getting their processes and procedures in order, so that businesses could be free of corruption, ensuring transparency in their supply chains and procurement mechanism.

During 2016, ICAR will be providing capacity-building workshops on financial investigation and asset recovery in India, Paraguay and Peru. 

In India, ICAR will assist the country’s anti-money laundering investigating and prosecuting agency, the Ministry of Finance Enforcement Directorate (ED), to increase its capability to investigate financial crime with international links. In partnership with the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, ICAR is planning a financial investigation training for 50 ED investigators over a two-week period. 

Experts from ICAR delivered two back-to-back 5-day country specific training programmes in financial investigations and asset recovery in New Delhi, India, from 29 February to 11 March 2016.  These workshops were conducted as part of a technical assistance arrangement between the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office in India and the Indian Ministry of Finance Enforcement Directorate (MOF-ED).