Anti-fraud, bribery and corruption policy
Bribery, fraud and corruption undermines democracy and the rule of law and poses very serious threats to sustained economic progress in developing and emerging economies and to the proper operation of free markets more generally.
This policy document outlines the risks of fraud, bribery and corruption to which IIED is exposed to by the nature of our operations. It explains the standards and criteria, set out in the Bribery Act 2010, to which all employees and associates are required to comply.
This document also sets out the procedures for reporting suspected fraud, bribery or corruption, and for declaring an interest, if there is a connection between you and another party associated with IIED.