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Working toward a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large
Bribery and corruption regulation is ever-tightening. Additionally, stakeholders expect companies to play a significant role in addressing the root causes of corruption. Are you confident that your business risks are well-managed and that you are participating in real efforts to confront systemic issues throughout your global supply chain?
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards its vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.
MACN Members promote good corporate practice in the maritime industry for tackling bribes, facilitation payments, and other forms of corruption by adopting the MACN Anti- Corruption Principles, communicating progress on implementation, sharing best practices, and creating awareness of industry challenges.
As a member of Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), you make an active contribution to the elimination of corruption in the maritime industry.
A Q&A with Maersk Group's Legal Counsel for Anticorruption and Foreign Trade Controls and Maritime Anti-Corruption Network's Chair, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, explores the importance of cross-sector collaboration to effectively tackle corruption's deep roots.
This brief summarizes a report on corruption risk assessment in the Nigerian port sector that set out to understand the main drivers of corruption, identify specific measures for addressing such drivers, and catalyze action among public and private sector stakeholders.
One potential solution to sustainable supply chain challenges? Simple addition: Business + Government + Civil Society.