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Emerging market companies disappoint in transparency

Transparency International (TI) today released the latest version of its Transparency in Corporate Reporting (TRAC) series of reports, this one focusing on Assessing Emerging Market Multinationals. The report assessed 100 of the fastest-growing companies based in 15 emerging market countries and operating in 185 countries around the world in terms of their public disclosure practices. Read more >

Firms need to fight graft with intent

by David Lewis First published in Business Day The best protection against the risk of corruption at companies is a comprehensive, fully implemented, and continually monitored anti-corruption programme, a new study has found. Corruption Watch’s Transparency in Corporate Reporting study is the South African leg of a series of identical studies undertaken by selected Transparency Read more >

Corporate reporting transparency in spotlight

Corruption Watch released its Transparency in Corporate Reporting: South Africa (TRAC) report yesterday evening. This report is part of Transparency International’s (TI) series that assesses the transparency – an essential tool in combating corruption and enabling accountability – of companies in various countries. In the series, TI surveys the world’s largest companies in terms of Read more >

Media invite: launch of CW’s TRAC report

Next week Corruption Watch releases its latest report, conducted in collaboration with Transparency International (TI). The report titled Transparency in Corporate Reporting: South Africa, forms part of TI’s Transparency Reporting on Anti-Corruption (TRAC) series. The study, the first of its kind in South Africa, measures 50 of the country’s largest listed and unlisted companies in Read more >