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Virtual Event – On Land and Sea: How Business Collectively Fight Corruption

On December 17, MACN is co-hosting a session in connection with Summit for Democracy, together with the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE). In this session, participants will hear from government, business, and civil society representatives as they discuss the importance of collective action, transparency, data driven results, government dialogue, and future of digitalization of port […]

3 June at 13:30 – 14:30 CEST – Webinar on Sanctions

In this seminar we look forward to welcoming Jeff W. Cottle back to MACN as a guest speaker to talk about the latest trends and updates on sanctions with focus on shipping and trade. Jeff is Partner at Norton Rose and focuses on all aspects of compliance program design. He has extensive experience in the […]

MACN CEO Cecilia Müller Torbrand guests on The Lloyd’s List Podcast

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s quiet corruption revolution Lloyd’s List · The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s quiet corruption revolution Despite its reputation for opaque business practice, the shipping industry has, over the past decade, been going through a quietly effective anti-corruption revolution. The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network now represents over 50% of the global fleet and […]

MACN Board new members – Press release

Capt. Rajesh Unni (left) and Øistein Jensen Join the MACN Board Press Release PDF Capt. Rajesh Unni, Founder and CEO Synergy Marine Group and Øistein Jensen, Chief Sustainability Officer at Odfjell SE have been elected to the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) Board of Directors. Cecilia Muller Torbrand, CEO of the Network said, “Captain Unni and Mr. Jensen bring valuable operational and commercial insights […]

MACN Welcomes 320 Participants at the Virtual Spring Members Meeting

MACN was delighted to welcome 320 participants to the annual Spring Members Meeting on May 5-6, 2021. The meeting covered a mix of plenary sessions and working group activities on MACN’s tools, innovation streams, and Collective Action initiatives. The first day concluded with a General Assembly for all Members. We also heard from expert MACN […]

Reasons to work collectively to tackle corruption – International Anti-Corruption Day 9 Dec

By Cecilia Muller Torbrand, Executive Director, Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Twenty years ago, a man was traveling down a coastline carrying a bag of cash and his job was to make sure shipping industry operations “worked smoothly.” Twenty years ago, foreign bribery was tax deductible, and the link between good governance and social economic development had […]

Thank you to all who joined our Member Meeting on 21 October!

We were excited to see and connect with so many of you again, and of course, we hope to be able meet you all in-person very soon. Please find attached the short summary notes from the meeting last week, and feel free to share among your colleagues. We are now working on the full meeting […]