Our work

MACN members are committed to implement the MACN anti-corruption principles as part of their overall compliance program.

Compliance program

Reflect and address the business risks, include senior management support and sufficient implementation plans.

Risk Assessment

Assess external and internal corruption risks on a regular basis and document their findings.

Training & Communications

Policies and procedures should be reinforced through communications and training to employees and, where appropriate, third parties.

Proportionate procedures

Ensure that policies and procedures fully comply with relevant laws and regulations and that they are proportionate with the risks faced.

Monitoring & Internal Controls

Anti-corruption compliance programs should include features designed to prevent and detect incidents of bribery, facilitation payments and other forms of corruption through appropriate monitoring and auditing protocols.

Reporting, Discipline & Incentives

Provide employees with access to methods for asking questions and/or reporting concerns without fear of retribution.

Due Diligence

Conduct risk-based due diligence on counterparties as well as in respect of the hiring and oversight of third parties and business partners.
Work Streams

The MACN’s work streams are cornerstones in working towards the networks vision of a maritime industry free of corruption.

Collective Action

Collective Actions Program to identify specific challenges in hot-spot regions and develop action-oriented recommendations.

Best Practice Sharing and Tool Development

Best Practice Sharing around implementing the MACN Anti-Corruption Principles. Such sharing often leads to the development of shared tools e.g. due diligence and risk assessment frameworks.

Incident Reporting Mechanism

Ongoing identification of where members have the most challenges through secure reporting mechanisms and identification of best practice solutions.

Creating Awareness

Communicate challenges and experience developing solutions within the industry, government, business partners, and civil society.