anti-corruption campaign

Photo Credit: Outernationalist On November 4, 2017, Saudi Arabia launched an anti-corruption campaign aimed to tackle the various corruption problems throughout the Kingdom. King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued a royal order to establish the anti-corruption committee and appointed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as the leader of the initiative. It appears that the goal of… Read More

Photo Credit: IMF ( The International Monetary Fund (IMF) emphasized the importance of tackling corruption through its #fightcorruption seminar during the Annual Meeting on Sunday, October 15th. The discussion, led by Sean Hagan, the General Counsel at the IMF, highlighted that combating corruption is a vital component for sustaining economic stability, promoting inclusive growth, and… Read More

Photo Credit: The 7 Day Travel  Since coming to power in November 2012, Chinese President Xi Jinping has made it his mission to further legitimize the authority of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In an effort to do so, Xi and his administration, have embarked on an unprecedented and far-reaching campaign against corruption. Ever since… Read More

Photo Credit: OECD Integrity Forum (via Flickr) The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum, held annually for five years now at the OECD headquarters in Paris, is the leading international event on integrity and anti-corruption. I had the opportunity to attend the 2017 edition, learn from the other participants,… Read More

Photo Credit: NBBJ (via On February 28, 2017, Samsung unveiled the “Business Renovation Proposal” (The Proposal, hereinafter) on its official website. The Proposal contains several measures aimed at strengthening Samsung’s transparency and compliance mechanisms, as a result of the conglomerate’s involvement in the recent political scandal in South Korea. Samsung is suspected to have illegally given approximately… Read More

Photo Credit: Robert (via Flickr) In January 2017, Rolls-Royce, one of the world’s largest luxury-car and aircraft engine manufacturers, agreed to pay $800 million in a global settlement with the United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), and Brazilian prosecutors. Rolls-Royce acknowledged that in the course of three decades it… Read More

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