TI Australia makes submissions to government on important anti-corruption issues.
March 2017 – TI Australia supports the creation of a central register to record beneficial ownership information and has submitted a consultation paper on Increasing transparency of the beneficial ownership of companies.
February 2017 – TI Australia made a submission in relation to the regulation of lawyers, conveyancers, accountants, high-value dealers, real estate agents and trust and company service providers, affirming its support for extending AML/CTF regulation.
November 2016 – Australiaâs Draft Open Government Partnership National Action Plan: TI Australia fully supports submissions already made by Publish What You Pay Australia, the Steering Committee of the Open Government Partnership Network Australia (of which TI Australia is a member), the Development Policy Centre of ANU, the OGP Support Unit and the OGP Anti-Corruption Working Group. It is not our intention to repeat any of the well-made, relevant and important points made in those submissions.
September 2016 - Preparation of public consultation paper on Federal Register of Beneficial Ownership: TIA gives preliminary input to the Treasuryâs public consultation paper on a proposed Register of Beneficial Ownership.
August 2016 -Â Review of Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994: TIA’sÂ submission to the Parliamentary Committee in relation to the Act.
April 2016 – Establishment of a National Integrity Commission: the TI Australia submission to the Select Committee on the establishment of a National Integrity Commission.
December 2015 – Migrant Intake to abolish âgolden visasâ: TI Australia endorses the Productivity Commissionâs recommendation 10.3 in the Productivity Commissionâs Draft Report on Migrant Intake to abolish Significant Investor Visas (SIV) and Premium Investor Visas (PIV) â also known as âgolden visasâ.
September 2015 – Foreign Bribery: TI Australia made a submission to the Senate Economics References Committee Inquiry into Foreign Bribery. The Senate Economics References Committee invited TI Australia to make this submission.
February 2013 – Freedom of Information: TI Australia made a brief submissionÂ to the FoI Review being conducted by Dr Allan Hawke as to the critical importance of ensuring that the scope and effectiveness of our FOI laws is adequate to enable the antiâcorruption function of government to be properly discharged.