The Business Anti-Corruption Portal is the leading global business anti-corruption compliance resource. The world map below outlines the 103 countries profiled on the Portal. 


April 2014 Portal Newsletter

The Business Anti-Corruption Newsletter has been published. Stay informed of the latest business corruption developments from the Portal and around the world! It is free to use, are you making the most of your compliance tools? Have the Portal Newsletter sent directly to your email using the fast and easy subscription tool.  

Is the Portal in Your Network?

The Portal has gone social! It has never been easier to follow business corruption develops. Stay informed using your existing social networks. The Business Anti-Corruption Portal is now on Facebook, Google+, Twitter (in English), Twitter (in Russian) and Weibo (in Chinese)! What are you waiting for, add the Portal to your network!  

Business Corruption in India

The world watches as Indian begins its general elections this April. Corruption continues to be a key issue in this election. Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal and leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has announced plans to run against opposition leader Narendra Modi of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). As the corruption debate unfolds in the general election, read more about business corruption in India on the Business Anti-Corruption India country profile.  

US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is the most widely enforced foreign bribery legislation and has near absolute global reach. Amendments to the law have expanded the jurisdiction of the FCPA to include most companies doing business in the world. Compliance with the FCPA is a central component of today’s corruption compliance demands. Start minimising your risks on the Business Anti-Corruption Portal. 

UK Bribery Act 2010

The Bribery Act has global jurisdiction and establishes company liability for acts of corruption committed by persons acting on their behalf, including employees and third parties. The Act has does not distinguish between bribery and facilitation payments. Companies that can prove “adequate procedures”, based on the Six Principles, have a full defence to offenses committed under the Act. Does your company have adequate procedures?

Swedish CSR Ambassador Bengt Johansson

Watch Swedish CSR Ambassador Bengt Johansson discuss the Business Anti-Corruption Portal. Ambassador Johansson delivers an interview regarding the Business Anti-Corruption Portal, including its future and the addition of 33 new European country profiles. The European country profiles are now available on the Portal and the number of users continues to rise. To learn more about the Business Anti-Corruption Portal, watch the interview with CSR Ambassador Johansson. This video is availble in full-screen.

Anti-Corruption e-Learning


The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and GAN Integrity Solutions present a free of charge anti-corruption eLearning course. This interactive course aims to strengthen companies’ awareness about the risks of corruption that await them in many business environments. Access the course by clicking on the image or by referring to Training. Press F11 to obtain an optimal view on a laptop.