Anti-corruption and Anti-bribery Policy
and ethical code of conduct
International Advisers, its directors, officers, employees, lawyers and agents shall not promise, give, authorize, solicit or accept, in any way, any undue pecuniarygain or other advantage of any kind (or imply that they will or might do any such thing at any time in the future).
International Advisers has taken reasonable measures to prevent its subcontractors, agents or any other third party subject to its control or determining influence, from doing so.
International Advisers prohibits, at all times, the following practices, in any form, directly or indirectly, including through third parties:
- Bribery - the offering, promising, giving, authorizing or accepting of any undue pecuniary or other advantage to anyone in order to obtain or retain a business or other improper advantage.
- Extortion or solicitation - the demanding of a bribe, whether or not coupled with a threat if the demand is refused. International Advisers will oppose any attempt of extortion or solicitation and encourages to reporting of such attempts through available formal or informal reporting mechanisms unless such reporting is deemed to be counterproductive under the circumstances.
- Trading in influence - the offering or solicitation of an undue advantage to exert an improper, real, or supposed influence with a view of obtaining from a public official an undue advantage for the original instigator of the act or for any other person.
- Laundering the proceeds of the Corrupt Practices mentioned above - the concealing or disguising the illicit origin, source, location, disposition, movement or ownership of property, knowing that such property is the proceeds of crime.