In this update:
- Six things to know: new G20 Beneficial Ownership Principles
- Charting Risky Waters
- Protecting the public is key to resolving conflict of interest among politicians
Adopted by the G20 leaders is an important set of principles to end ‘shell‘ company secrecy.
The Deloitte Forensic team is inviting participation in its 2014 bribery and corruption survey, Charting Risky Waters. Your insights will inform the approach to managing this serious operational risk. The survey closes on Friday 5 December 2014. Click on the following link to see the 2012 survey, A Storm on the Horizon?
Tim Smith QC, a founder of the Accountability Roundtable, spells out in The Zone the obligations of people in public trust to resolve their conflicts of interest. We must all openly insist our politicians resolve their many conflicts of interest by putting the public interest above all else.
TI Australia e-Update #194
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