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Financial institutions in UK urged to review and withdraw from Ghana gold royalties deal

Controversial deal flagged for corruption risks would see Jersey-based Agyapa Royalties Limited floated on the London Stock Exchange

Transparency International has urged the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to make detailed inquiries into the Government of Ghana’s application to list Agyapa Royalties Limited on the London…

Transparency International announces establishment of National Contact in Afghanistan

Transparency Afghanistan will prioritise government procurement, business integrity, access to information, and anti-corruption commitments and institutions

Transparency International is pleased to announce the establishment of Transparency Afghanistan, the global anti-corruption coalition’s new National Contact in Afghanistan. The new organisation will…

Media advisory: What a Biden Presidency means for global anti-corruption advocacy

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Rep. Tom Malinowki, and Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance take part in virtual panel at the 19th International Anti-Corruption Conference on 3 December

President-elect Joe Biden has promised to “re-engage in the world,” including on anti-corruption issues. He has criticized corrupt and authoritarian regimes, and pledged to support multilateral…


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