Anti-Corruption – Industry News

Turkey learns how to fight against corruption from Singapore, By SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ, Posted on Hurriyet Daily News

The number one item on Turkey’s agenda since Dec. 17 are the massive corruption and graft allegations against senior government members, including Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his family. Four ministers had to resign after prosecutors argued that they had received bribes from an Azeri origin businessman, Reza Zarrab, who was arrested along with the sons of two ex-ministers. [Read More…]  

EU probes corruption claims at Turkish gov’t agency, Posted on Hurriyet Daily News

The European Commission has launched an investigation into allegations that a Turkish government agency misused EU funds. The probe follows reports in Turkish media of tender-rigging and illegal recruitment at the Centre for EU Education and Youth Programmes in Ankara under former EU minister Egemen Bağış. [Read More…]  

Are Africa’s politicians value for money? By By Olivier Monnier in Abidjan, Billie Adwoa McTernan in Accra, Monica Mark in Abuja, Jeff Mbanga in Kampala, Patrick Gathara in Nairobi and Crystal Orderson, Posted on the Africa Report

The dusty streets of Ouagadougou teemed with people last August protesting against President Blaise Compaoré’s plans to create a Senate alongside Burkina Faso’s 111 seat National Assembly. One of the demonstrators carried a sign reading: “Some are eating. Others are watching. This is how revolutions are born.” [Read More…]  

Navigant Expands UK Disputes & Investigations Team, Posted on the Wall Street Journal

Addition of forensic accounting and investigations experts bolsters strong global team. LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 05, 2014– Today, Navigant (NYSE: NCI) announced the addition of four senior professionals to its Disputes & Investigations (D&I) practice in London, strengthening its existing team and enhancing the Firm’s presence in the UK.  [Read More…]  

Corporate Africa ‘at risk from evolving economic crime’, surveys show, Posted on

Economic crime is continuing to threaten businesses across Africa, with firms at risk of “secondary damage” from fraud and corruption, such as revenue losses and tarnished corporate images, according to two new surveys. [Read More…]  

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