Australia judges / Infra costs / Hong Kong ethics training

Former Australian judges call for national anti-corruption watchdog.  A group of prominent former judges have called for the establishment of a federal anti-corruption agency, saying serious corruption almost certainly exists in federal politics.

Matt Peacock/ABC: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-02/former-judges-call-for-federal-icac/9112396


Corruption can add 40% to infrastructure costs - expert.  Transparency in public procurements is not only about stopping corruption, but also about creating a safe environment for companies to bid on infrastructure projects.

Carin Smith/Fin24: https://www.fin24.com/Economy/corruption-can-add-40-to-infrastructure-costs-expert-20171102-2


Hong Kong's Independent Commission against Corruption launches ethical governance training.  Over the coming year, senior managers at 2,000 Hong Kong-listed companies will receive online training by the ICAC to promote ethical governance and fight corruption. 

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP - Kyle Wombolt, Robert Hunt and Pamela Kiesselbach/Lexology: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=5da09826-252f-4ccb-a436-538a7c5b1398

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