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The International Chamber of Commerce is proud to present its Business Integrity Compendium, which brings together for the first time all of its
guidance and rules for anti-corruption and corporate responsibility in one publication.
The aim of this ICC Business Integrity Compendium is to provide, in a practical, easy-to-use format, all of the ICC tools that are indispensable for companies big and small, around the world, that are committed to doing business in an ethical and responsible way.
ICC has long upheld the critical role of enterprises’ compliance with selfimposed rules, while recognizing the basic responsibility of international organisations and national governments in the fight against corruption and in the promotion of responsible business conduct.
ICC was the first business organisation to issue anti-corruption rules with the publication as early as 1977, with its ICC Rules to Combat Extortion and Bribery.
We have since developed a robust suite of practical rules and guidelines for responsible business conduct, developed for business by business.
We would like to thank the members of the ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption who contributed to the development of these ICC rules and guidelines, and in particular the Commission Vice-Chair, François Vincke.
We hope that the ICC Business Integrity Compendium will be an indispensable reference tool for managers, compliance officers, lawyers and all working in
the area of anti-corruption and responsible business conduct, and we welcome feedback from users and readers so that we can continue to improve this
|Code ISBN :||978-92-842-0476-2|
|Number of pages :||179|
|Publishing date :||2017-12-01|
ICC Rules on Combating Corruption
I Anti-Corruption Rules
II Corporate Policies to Support Compliance with the Anti-Corruption Rules
III Elements of an Efficient Corporate Compliance Programme
ICC Guide to Responsible Sourcing
Introducing responsible sourcing
Six steps to responsible sourcing
Minding supply chain gaps
Moving forward with responsible sourcing
ICC Guidelines on Agents, Intermediaries and Other Third Parties
ICC Rules regarding Third Parties
Selecting a due diligence process
Scope of due diligence
Due Diligence Process
Anti-Bribery “Red Flags”
Approval of Third Party transactions
Written agreement in advance of services being provided by the Third Party
Raising awareness for Third Parties and training employees
Monitoring the Third Party’s activities
Payments to Third Parties and record-keeping
ICC Anti-Corruption Third Party Due Diligence: A Guide for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Back to basics: the Law
Conducting due diligence
What to do with the outcome
ICC Guidelines on Whistleblowing
ICC Guidelines on Gifts and Hospitality
Definitions of terms used in these Guidelines
ICC Anti-Corruption Clause
Introductory note on the application and the general purpose and structure of the Clause
ICC Anti-corruption Clause
Commentary on the ICC Anti-corruption Clause
Part I of the ICC Rules on Combating Corruption 2011
Commission Advances Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption
Prepared by the ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption.