The MACCS Useful Links page endeavours to provide a directory of
relevant sources, web pages and organisations, to enable our clients and
obtain further information about issues, countries and regions that they are
The leading institution which monitors and reports on corruption on a worldwide
basis. See TI's Business Principles for Countering Bribery, Annual
Perception Index as well as their comprehensive guide to adequate procedures
An independent UK Government department that investigates and prosecutes serious
or complex fraud, and corruption.
A US-based not-for-profit membership organisation which assists multinational
companies with all aspects of engaging and managing intermediaries including
diligence services. See the TRACE Standard on doing business with
Since 2004, this has set the standard for an effective compliance programme.
The IBE works to raise public awareness of the importance of doing business
ethically and collaborates with other UK and international organisations with
interests and expertise in business ethics.
The UK Government website has important information on anti bribery legislation
The OECD is a multinational governmental organisation which promotes anti
See Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and Convention on Combating
of Foreign Government Officials.
Global country by country review. Useful country background information in
relation to due diligence and country risk profiles.
Guidelines on reputational due diligence.
The Business Anti-Corruption Portal is a comprehensive and practical tool
tailored to meet the corruption risk management needs of small and medium sized
companies operating in or considering business in emerging markets and
The ICGN is a global membership organisation of over 500 leaders in corporate
governance based in 50 countries with a mission to raise standards of corporate
governance worldwide. ICGN members are largely institutional investors who
collectively represent funds under management of around $12 trillion.