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Illegal money changers 'biggest accomplices' of the corrupt, says Malaysia anti-graft agency.  Illegal money changers, also known as underground bankers, are among the biggest accomplices in money laundering and graft activities, according to a senior officer of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

Free Malaysia Today:

2018 Senior Executive Certificate in Institutional Integrity Management programme, 17-27 April, 2018.  The 2018 Senior Executive Certificate in Institutional Integrity Management programme will be held in Hong Kong University from 17 – 27 April 2018 and it is now inviting applications from overseas anti-corruption or related organizations in both public and private sectors, as well as those who need to enhance their professional knowledge in the post of integrity/ethic manager.

To apply or know more, please visit this link:

Thank you to Tony Kwok, Adjunct Professor & Hon Course Director, Hong Kong University School of Professional and Continuing Education, for sharing this information.

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Myanmar Anti-Corruption Commission Encourages Public to File Complaints.  Members of the public can complain, but with clear evidence, about civil servants who are wealthier than their pay scale would warrant, said Anti-Corruption Commission spokesperson U Han Nyunt.

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