MACN’s CEO Featured on Riviera Maritime

MACN’s CEO, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, was recently featured in Riviera Maritime Media’s article “Industry-wide Collective Action to Boost Anti-Corruption Drive,” where she discussed the organization’s efforts to mitigate corruption risks. In the article, she emphasizes the need for collective efforts from governments, major shipping companies, and local suppliers to tackle corruption. She also highlights the importance of the usage of MACN’s anonymous reporting mechanism, allowing MACN to target collective action efforts and engage with governments.

Cecilia Müller Torbrand

“Every shipping business can operate ethically – even in the most challenging locations. Connecting anti-corruption work to government priorities incentivizes official-level participation, with everyone having a role and purpose rather than feeling targeted. I firmly believe any business can ethically operate in even very corrupt countries if they have the right protocols, personnel, and commitment.” 

Read the full article here.