Transparency International Hungary’s most recent study, supported by the Dutch Embassy in Budapest, reveals: Absent adequate regulation, public officials working in the private sector and businessmen working in public administration can breed abuses of office, profiteering, and undue influence.
Transparency International Hungary and Telenor have signed a long-term partnership agreement. The mobile operator has joined the NGO’s Corporate Supporters Forum whose members are committed to transparent and ethical operation. Transparency International Hungary and Telenor wish to leverage their professional experience to help Hungarian small- and medium-sized enterprises combat corruption.
Transparency International Hungary organized business breakfast for their Corporate Supporters Forum. The special guest was András Simor, the Governor of the Hungarian Central Bank.
Transparency International Hungary cordially invites you to its conference "Corruption risks of authority control".
Transparency International Hungary pays special attention to the transparent operation of state-owned and municipal enterprises and the efficient use of public money. We would like to support these special companies to implement corporate governance principles and operate in a transparent and accountable business structure.
International and Hungarian leaders of Transparency International introduced their recommendations to the Government today morning expecting more efficient actions against corruption from the Hungarian presidency.
Undersecretary Zoltán Cséfalvay met with corporate sponsors of Transparency International
IMF chief representative was invited to the business breakfast of Transparency International Hungary
The Global Integrity Report: 2008 covers developed countries such as Canada, Japan and Italy as well as dozens of the world’s emerging markets and developing nations, from Argentina and China to the West Bank and Iraq.
Anti- corruption efforts should combine initiatives from the business community as well, otherwise Hungary cannot successfully participate in the global competition.
The Business Principles for Countering Bribery is a useful and current tool for companies dealing with the challenge and risks posed by bribery.
Transparency International Hungary conducted a survey in which international companies doing business in Hungary also participated. The survey focused on four sectors: 1) IT, 2) health care and hospitals, 3) the construction industry, 4) logistics and shipping.
Strengthening Corporate Governance to Combat Corruption
AmCham and 25 other organizations contributed to the completion of the Corporate Governance and Business Integrity Glossary, which contributes more to responsible and fair, and thus more competitive, business practices in Hungary.
TI Hungary works together with different think tanks, universities, chambers and other organizations. Here, you can access some publications that resulted from these professional partnerships.
TI Reporting Guidance on the 10th Principle against Corruption
Transparency International Hungary (TI) set up the Corporate Supporters Forum (CSF), which aims to bring under one roof those corporations that strive to operate in an ethical, transparent and accountable way and thus wish to become a role model for other business actors.
The brochure on how to prevent corruption is now available in English.
The natural resource revenues of a country should be used for the profit of its people and contribute to national development.
A Report of Corporate Practices
AmCham released the Hungarian language edition of the „Corporate Governance Principles and Guidelines for Unlisted Companies in Europe“.
Using the OECD Guidelines to Tackle Corporate Corruption
New tool helps companies RESIST corruption