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Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre GIACC provides the following free of charge anti-corruption training resources: on-line anti-corruption training module anti-corruption training manual. See below for details. GIACC On-line Anti-Corruption Training Module GIACC has published a free on-line anti-corruption training module. This is available in seven languages. For further information on the module, and to commence the module, go to the relevant language link below: GIACC/Tl(UK): Anti-Corruption Training Manual GIACC and Transparency International (UK) have published a free Anti-Corruption Training Manual. Anti-Corruption Training Manual - (International Version) Anti-Corruption Training Manual - (England & Wales Version) English The need for anti-corruption training As explained in What is corruption, GIACC uses the term "corruption" in the wider sense to include bribery, extortion, fraud, deception, collusion, cartels, abuse of power, embezzlement, trading in influence and money laundering. Other Resources Site Credits Disclaimer

Tax Justice Network publie sa liste des paradis fiscaux La Suisse occupe la première place, avant même les îles Cayman et le Luxembourg. Tel est le « palmarès » du « Financial Secrecy Index », établi par Tax Justice Network (Réseau international pour la Justice Fiscale) pour la seconde fois, la première publication datant de 2009. Les Etats-Unis sont également en « bonne position » (5ème rang, juste après Hong Kong), suivis par Singapour. "Un outil contre le déni"De fait, l'Indice se présente comme un outil qui vise à lutter contre le secret mais aussi contre le déni dont font preuve un grand nombre d'Etats. Le secret bancaire, un moyen parmi d'autres Par ailleurs, TJN cherche à démonter plusieurs idées reçues en matière de secret bancaire. Certes, au sein du Forum mondial de l'OCDE, des initiatives ont été prises pour engager les Etats à échanger des renseignements fiscaux et à se soumettre à un mécanisme d'évaluation par les pairs sur le respect de ces engagements.

project_anti_corruption_system_home Why is a project anti-corruption system necessary? Corruption on construction projects is a complex problem: It may occur in the form of bribery, extortion, fraud, deception, cartels, collusion, abuse of power, embezzlement, trading in influence, money laundering and equivalent criminal offences. It can take place during any phase of a project, including project identification, planning, financing, design, tender, execution, operation and maintenance. See How Corruption Occurs and Corruption Examples for examples of corruption in each project phase. There is no single or simple method by which to prevent such corruption. During the last 30 years, material improvements have been made to the safety of personnel in factories and on construction sites. What is PACS? The Project Anti-Corruption System (PACS) is an integrated and comprehensive system designed to assist in the prevention and detection of corruption on construction projects. PACS Standards PACS Templates How to use PACS

Fourth meeting of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes OECD Home › Tax › Fourth meeting of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes Opening Remarks by Angel Gurría, OECD Secretary-General OECD Conference Centre, 25th October 2011 Ambassador Andreani, Ministers, Ambassadors, Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the OECD. I want to thank Ambassador Andreani for opening this meeting with me, and France for its commitment to the work of the Global Forum, including chairing the Peer Review Group - a key element of your success. This work could not come at a better time. Long standing obstacles to effective exchange of information, such as strict bank secrecy, have been blown away in both OECD and non-OECD jurisdictions. Transparency and exchange of information on request are now an accepted requirement for any jurisdiction that wishes to provide financial services in our globalised world. The battle for fairer tax systems is being won on two fronts: jurisdictions are amending their domestic laws. Thank you.

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