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Our Work

A growing number of businesses are responding to bribery and corruption risks. They recognise the adverse impact this has on their reputation, their employees, and the prosperity of communities where they operate.

A growing number of companies are seeking out ways to improve the way they treat their employees, their communities and their planet. 

We see businesses as important participants in fostering a fairer society and a healthier democracy, and important contributors to the protection of environment.

In line with our three year strategy, our work with Australian companies is focused on strengthening laws to prevent money laundering and bribery, and enhancing due diligence procedures so that businesses and governments don’t exercise undue influence, risk conflicts of interest, or engage with business partners and suppliers with a poor track record.

We are focussed on protecting whistleblowers in the public and private sectors so they can report misconduct and wrongdoing without fear of reprisal and damage to their personal and professional lives. 

Transparency International Australia sees businesses as important partners in the fight against corruption. We can only successfully tackle corruption if we work together – with business, government, civil society and everyday Australians alike.


Due Diligence

Due Diligence

Opaque ownership structures lead to conflicts of interest and questionable conduct. We need businesses to demonstrate integrity by championing proper due diligence and transparency.


Money Laundering

Money Laundering

Australia is a major destination of the world’s dirty money. We need business to adopt best practice policies to counter money-laundering.




Bribery is one of the most direct forms of corruption. We need business to take a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption.

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Digital currencies can be a magnet for money laundering and criminal conduct.

Global regulation is not keeping pace with changes in technology, and virtual currencies and electronic platforms do not easily for within existing legal principles.

How can digital currency platforms be regulated to detect money laundering and illicit financial flows?

Will you join us?

Whether you’re an individual, a business, a government agency, or a not-for-profit, we want to work with you to build a better, more transparent and accountable system.

Membership is for:

  • Any individual who wants to take a stand against corruption and promote a fairer democracy.
  • Any organisation committed to our mission and interested in working with us.

To learn more about corporate membership, click on the link below, or contact us.

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