On June 22, Chamber Compliance Club held its meeting devoted to “How to Construct Effective Anticorruption Program to Protect Your Company?”.
Opening the meeting, Mr. Timur Khasanov-Batirov, Chamber Compliance Club Co-Chair, Selepey, Volkovetsky and Partners shared an experience on how to ensure compliance of the anti-corruption program with the requirements of U.S. authorities. He further outlined the key elements of the effective anti-corruption program. Please click here to see the Presentation.
Further, Mr. Yuriy Voytsitskyi, Chamber Compliance Club Co-Chair, DTEK presented in-house view on implementation of the anti-corruption program. He also highlighted that while Ukrainian authorities concentrate on counteracting corruption in public sphere, the world best practices tend to focus on the private sector.
Representatives of TRACE – Ms. Thuy Tran, Manager of Global Programs and Partnerships and Mr. David Ireland, Director of International Business Development presented on both mechanism available in TRACE to ensure compliance of company’s anti-corruption program with international standards and assessing risks of operations in certain countries. In particular they presented TRACE Country Risk Scores, TRACE Country Reports, RAND Corporation Report on Business Bribery and TRACE Global Enforcement Report.
Further discussion was focused on the peculiarities of implementation of international standards in anti-corruption programs of companies.
To get involved in the Chamber Compliance Club activities, please contact Olena Stepanova, Chamber Junior Policy Officer.