Anti-Corruption Leadership Group

Anti-corruption is a significant issue for businesses, both small and large. It poses significant legal, financial and reputational risks. Further, as supply chains become more complex and diverse, and we see a range of challenges being integrated such as the connections between human rights, labour issues, environment and corruption, we need to understand what the key drivers are and how to address them. In addition comes the need to understand what regulations and legal frameworks exist, what these mean for business operating both at home and offshore, and how businesses can tie this into practice.

The GCNA’s Anti-Corruption Leadership Group for Business (ACLG) was established in 2011 to provide a forum in which Australian businesses can explore these issues and share learning and best practice on combating bribery and corruption.

The ACLG draws on the skills and knowledge of expert advisors, Government and business stakeholders to deliver forums and workshops that provide insights into case studies, explore challenges and engage collaboratively with government and other stakeholders to provide practical guidance and keep participants up to date with compliance requirements and best practice.

You can find out about upcoming Anti-Corruption Leadership Group activities on our Events page.

ACLG Steering Committee

The ACLG and its activities are coordinated by the ACLG Steering Committee:

  • Rachel Nicolson, Partner, Allens, Director, GCNA (Chair)
  • Gary Gill, Partner, KPMG
  • Kate Gordon, Executive Manager – Group Compliance Strategy, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Tim Robinson, Managing Counsel – Anti-Corruption and Trade, BHP Billiton
  • Alice Cope, Executive Manager, GCNA

For more information or to get involved, please contact us.