"As part of SNC-Lavalin's commitment to supporting anti-corruption initiatives globally we are glad to partner with TRACE International and ENSafrica on this ethics awareness campaign. We welcome the opportunity to contribute to a campaign aimed at promoting ethical business in the region," says Dr. Hentie Dirker, Chief Compliance Officer at SNC-Lavalin.
This campaign is part of TRACE's Certify the World program which aims to increase commercial transparency worldwide by reducing due diligence costs and supporting the efforts of companies to meet increasing compliance demands.
"We selected South Africa as our next campaign location (previous locations have included Ghana and the UAE) due to its high commercial activity, demand for anti-bribery and ethics training and large pool of SMEs working with multinational companies," said TRACE President Alexandra Wrage. "We are delighted to be working with SNC-Lavalin and our partner firm, ENSafrica, on this important initiative."
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TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated are two distinct entities with a common mission to advance commercial transparency worldwide by supporting the compliance efforts of multinational companies and their third party intermediaries. TRACE International is a non-profit business association that pools resources to provide members with anti-bribery compliance support while TRACE Incorporated offers both members and non-members customizable risk-based due diligence, anti-bribery training and advisory services. Working alongside one another, TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated offer an end-to-end, cost-effective and innovative solution for anti-bribery and third party compliance. For more information, visit www.TRACEinternational.org.
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SOURCE TRACE International