Upcoming information note on the UK’s approach to tackling corruption and illicit financial flows

12 Aug 2019

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ICAI is today publishing more details of its upcoming information note looking at the UK’s approach to tackling corruption and illicit financial flows.

The UK, through the Department for International Development, has long pursued a proactive approach to tackling corruption in developing countries, resulting in a landmark anti-corruption summit in 2016. This was followed by the UK’s anti-corruption strategy 2017-2022, which set out a cross-government framework for tackling corruption both overseas and domestically.

This information note will focus on the period since the 2016 summit and aims to map the work that has been undertaken by the government to tackle corruption and illicit financial flows as they impact on developing countries.

Find out more here.

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