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Recognizing Compliance Efforts and the Role of Business

Picture of Corinne Lagache, Senior Vice President, Group Compliance Officer, Safran

Corinne Lagache, Senior Vice President and Group Compliance Officer at Safran Group and Co-Chair of the B20 Responsible Business Conduct & Anti-Corruption Cross-thematic Group on recognizing compliance efforts.

I had the honor to co-chair the Cross thematic B20 Group on Responsible Business Conduct & Anti-Corruption Group. It worked very well under the German responsibility. The 2017 Policy paper for “Promoting Integrity by Creating Opportunities for Responsible Businesses” includes concrete recommendations to the G20 governments. We wish that the G20 countries really take them into consideration and implement them in order to combat more effectively the poverty, waste of resources and erosion of trust inherent to corruption.

In particular, Business is a key partner when it comes to combatting the demand side of bribery. We would like to continue to work closely with the G20 members on the improvement of this issue. We have also underlined the importance of supporting voluntary self-disclosure and the recognition of effective anti-corruption and compliance systems.

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