Anti-bribery and corruption—charitable and political donation approval/rejection flowchart

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  • Anti-bribery and corruption—charitable and political donation approval/rejection flowchart

Anti-bribery and corruption—charitable and political donation approval/rejection flowchart

This Flowchart is to be used to ensure all relevant points are considered before a charitable or political donation is approval request is granted or rejected.

Notes

Note 1—Legal/regulatory environment

Consider the legal and regulatory environment—does the law of the territory or the regulations governing the recipient allow this sort of donation? If not, the approval request must be rejected.

Note 2—Intention

You should always consider the intention behind the donation. If the intention behind the donation is to influence someone to act improperly the approval request must be rejected.

Note 3—Perception

If the donation could reasonably be perceived to be corrupt the approval request must be rejected. Consider:

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