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Anti-corruption guide for junior mining companies

A guide on managing risks during licensing & permitting in high-risk jurisdictions


CORRUPTION IS BAD FOR BUSINESS

Bribery and corruption affect:
  1. You, your business and career
  2. Your investors and fellow directors
  3. The lives of people in the country where you work

Bribery and corruption are wrong. Failing to have systems in place to prevent, detect and address bribery and corruption in your business can result in significant legal, financial and reputational damage.

Use this guide to understand corruption risks and how to deal with them.

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LEARN

  • Why your business needs to have systems to prevent corruption to meet investor and regulator expectations
  • How implementing anti-corruption measures helps demonstrate the environmental, social and governance (ESG) and sustainability performance of your business
  • How to identify and deal with corruption red flags during licensing and permitting
  • Key policies, procedures and strategies to put place to keep corruption out of your business

KEY FEATURES

The guide contains:
  • Guidance on five high-risk situations
  • Practical scenarios, red flags and actions
  • A list of anti-corruption policies and procedures
  • Recommended resources and links
Key Features

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A printable version is also available.

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