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TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated are two distinct entities with a common mission to advance commercial transparency worldwide. TRACE International pools resources to provide members with anti-bribery compliance support while TRACE Incorporated offers customizable risk-based due diligence, anti-bribery training and advisory services. Working alongside one another, TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated offer an end-to-end, cost-effective and innovative solution for anti-bribery and third party compliance.



    WASHINGTON, March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Today, TRACE named the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), a global business network of companies and associations involved in the maritime industry, the winner of the second annual TRACE Innovation in Anti-Bribery Compliance Award (IACA) for ...

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    “Launching a due diligence program can be unnerving. Many companies aren’t confident that they know the total universe of their third parties. They’re concerned about what they may find. They worry that their resources will be overstretched and their program ...

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    “Corruption in Mexico presents a major compliance challenge for both foreign and local companies.” – Adriana Niño de Rivera, Management Control, Energy Corporation. Learn how Energy Corporation Mexico chose to demonstrate their commitment to transparency through TRACEcertification in this article from Oil & Gas Magazine’s ...

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    “La corrupción en México presenta un desafío importante en el cumplimiento tanto para las empresas extranjeras como para las locales.” – Adriana Niño de Rivera, Control de Gestión, Corporación de Energía. Aprenda cómo Corporación de Energía optó por demostrar su compromiso con la transparencia a ...

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    Severin will be moderating a roundtable discussion on how the oil and gas industry can collaborate as a means of anti-corruption prevention at the 2nd Annual Anti-Corruption in Oil & Gas conference. He will be joining speakers from Baker Hughes, ConnocoPhillips, Halliburton ...

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    TRACE President, Alexandra Wrage, discusses a real-world example of opportunistic training in this post on SCCE’s Compliance and Ethics Blog. Click here to read the full post.

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    “Compliance isn’t every employee’s favorite topic.” – Alexandra Wrage, TRACE President, discusses strategies for tackling this compliance challenge in this latest article from Corporate Counsel. Read the full article now here.

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    “The losing end of a government bid is never where a company wants to find itself, but the defeat is worse when there’s credible suspicion that the winner paid bribes to obtain special treatment in the tender process.” – Alexandra ...

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    “Women’s “outsider” status creates an immediate formality where difficult conversations about things like fraud can take place,” said Alexandra Wrage, a global expert on anti-fraud policies and president of TRACE, a business anti-bribery group.” TRACE President, Alexandra Wrage weighs in ...

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    “Preventive measures are cheaper than remedial measures” – TRACE President, Alexandra Wrage. Read the full article in the Northern Miner here.

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