MACN will host its second biannual members meeting of 2017 in London. The meeting will give MACN members the opportunity to assess the progress we have made on the three pillars of our strategy and to discuss current or developing challenges around corruption in the maritime sector. Sector-specific and country-specific breakout sessions will allow members to […]
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Egypt MACN took part in the EU-OECD workshop “Supporting the Development of the Suez Canal Economic Zone, and Creating a Business-Friendly Regulatory Environment”, in Cairo on May 22. MACN’s presentation was well received by the authorities. The OECD and EU will be working with the Suez Canal to implement a number of integrity measures, including […]
World Customs Organization (WCO) News has published an article by Martin Benderson. The article explains MACN’s Collective Action approach and details the benefits of united action to tackle corruption in the maritime industry. Fundamental to MACN’s collective action approach is that sustainable solutions to tackle corruption must be enabled by, supported by, and beneficial to […]
Are you interested in the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) and would like to find out more? MACN’s Steering Committee and the MACN Secretariat are pleased to invite you to an introductory webinar on Thursday, 6 July. In this webinar, we will present MACN’s vision, outcomes, and activities. We will present the benefits of becoming a member and explain how […]
Egypt MACN was pleased to take part in the EU-OECD workshop “Supporting the Development of the Suez Canal Economic Zone: Creating a Business-Friendly Regulatory Environment” in Cairo on May 22. We used this opportunity to inform local stakeholders of the zero tolerance campaign and to seek to build a stronger relationship with local government stakeholders. […]
On 24 April Cecilia Müller Torbrand joined BSR as Program Director for MACN. BSR and the MACN Steering Committee are pleased with the appointment and the expertise that Cecilia brings to the role. Previously, Cecilia worked as in-house senior compliance officer for Maersk Group. She has practical knowledge on how to implement concrete and results-focused […]
The MACN team is pleased to share summary notes and full notes from the recent Members Meeting in Dubai. In total, 85 representatives from 52 member companies, observers and guest speakers attended the meeting. High-level outcomes included: With members’ approval of the strategy, the 2020 direction of MACN is set and implementation of the strategy is the key next […]
The first MACN Members Meeting of 2017 took place in Dubai on 26-27 April. The MACN team is pleased to share summary notes and the full notes from the meeting. In total, 85 representatives from 52 member companies, observers and guest speakers attended the meeting. High-level outcomes included: With members’ approval of the strategy, the 2020 direction of MACN is set […]
In response to an article concerning the difficulties faced by captains in relation to corruption, MACN has been featured in Nautilus Telegraph, a leading industry publication. In the article, MACN Chair Sam Megwa and MACN Program Director Angie Farrag-Thibault share their thoughts on the issue and on the impact that MACN can have. “We recognise the […]
It is a well-known fact that the primary aim of every business is to maximise profit. However, every business needs to be compliant to the necessary authorities to avoid sanctions and other related obstacles that could prevent it from flourishing. The dynamics of today’s business world necessitates the need for companies to ensure that they […]
MACN is comprised of like-minded companies dedicated to promoting compliance with anti-corruption laws and committed to the elimination of corrupt practices.