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Bribery and Corruption Review 2020-21

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13/12/2021

Following the announcement of the National strategy helping to tackle bribery and corruption, the FIU have released a Anti-Bribery and Corruption review for 2020-21. The review includes red flag indicators, examples of disclosures received and an assessment of the risks and threats brought to the Isle of Man from acts of bribery and corruption both on island and elsewhere.

This supports The Anti-Bribery and Corruption Project ran by Erica Humphries in identifying the risks bribery and corruption has in the Isle of Man and identifies any possible vulnerabilities.

Quoting Minister Kate Lord-Brennan "bribery and corruption has a damaging effect on communities and the rule of law"

You can read the review here