Organizations Certification

Organizations Anti-Corruption Certification Program


The AACI offers globally a disciplined anti-corruption certification program to organizations seeking to prevent fraud and corruption inside their business processes, operations, and culture.

This certification process is the first of its kind worldwide and forms a basis for institutional change in fighting fraud and corruption. It is available to organizations of all kinds and types.

The process is principally administered and completed Online. LGC advises entities on the certification process and provides proper support to achieve acceptable certification results.

The Organizations Anti-Corruption Certification Program Objectives

(a) The process:

i. Enables those charged with governance to:

ii. Evaluate and measure relevant corruption prevention knowledge competencies of the board members, senior management and employees.

iii.  Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the entity’s corruption prevention knowledge that is necessary for preventing fraud and corruption.

(b) Select appropriate responses to address identified corruption prevention knowledge weaknesses.

(c) Sets apart those organizations that take the risks of fraud and corruption seriously from those that do not.

(d) Supports the board members, executive management, and other decision makers to meet their fiduciary and legal duties.

(e) Supports organizations to show their sincere duty of care efforts to protect the interests of all stakeholders.

(f) Helps those charged with governance to set a proper tone at the top.

(g) Supports an effective implementation of and compliance with corporate governance code or principles.

(h) Supports an effective implementation of comprehensive anti-corruption policy, internal control and processes, and code of ethics (conduct).

(i) Supports organizations to comply effectively with the requirements of ISO 37001: anti-bribery management systems.

(j) Supports regulators or chambers mitigate and control bribery, fraud, and corruption in a business sector or segment.

(k) Enables local governments or states to bring about real and visible anti-corruption efforts to be part of their local normal business practices.

(l) Supports the investment optimization in human capital.

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