Ethical Alliance Daily Newsletter

ethiXbase is committed to stamping out corruption and increasing transparency across the globe and for this reason we created the Ethical Alliance, a global community of companies and individuals dedicated to anti-corruption compliance, corporate transparency and ethical business dealings.

The Ethical Alliance Daily News delivers our members a daily digest of latest news and alerts related to bribery and corruption from around the world.

We believe that our corporate compliance news database performs an important function in that it promotes awareness of current trends in corporate crimes and prompts businesses to look more closely at their own supply chains and practices.

The ultimate goal of the Ethical Alliance is to minimise corruption by achieving greater transparency and awareness.

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Australia: Big companies in ‘race to the middle’ on slavery reporting

New modern slavery laws are at risk of becoming a “tick the box” exercise after a new report found a third of S&P/ASX 200 companies …

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United States: Slammed for bribery, Siemens continued to ignore red flags

German engineering giant Siemens ignored some of its own red flags for foreign bribery in the aftermath of a major corruption scandal in 2008, according …

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United Kingdom: Modern slavery: Cases in Scotland up 50%, but no convictions

Cases of human trafficking recorded by police in Scotland rose by 50% in a year, a report from the UK’s anti-slavery commissioner has revealed. The …

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World: Sustainable investments account for more than a third of global assets

Sustainable investments total $35.3 trillion, or more than a third of all assets in five of the world’s biggest markets, a report from the Global …

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Europe: EU proposes watchdog to halt flow of dirty money

EU policymakers proposed a new agency on Tuesday to stop financial firms from aiding criminals and terrorists after a scandal at a Danish bank highlighted …

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Australia: Former judge labels $660 million car park fund ‘corruption’

A former supreme court judge has labelled the federal government’s $660 million car park fund “corruption” amid warnings that ministers may have breached laws that …

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