Integritas360 has recently been awarded the ‘Best NPO Anti-Corruption Consultancy’ in APAC Insider’s Australian Enterprise Awards for 2020.
“The Australian Enterprise Awards returns seeking to acknowledge those businesses and individuals who have played a pivotal role in the resurgence of one of the world’s biggest economies. As one of the top 15 highest-grossing economies in the world, Australia boasts many individuals and organisations from across a myriad of sectors and industries deserving praise and recognition.” – APAC Insider
Integritas360 CEO Jeremy Sandbrook said “We’re extremely proud to have been considered worthy of this achievement. The award not only reflects the growing recognition of integrity as an issue, but – more broadly – is an acknowledgement of the importance of the charity and NPO (non-profit organisation) sector as a whole”. Established in 2014, Integritas360’s purpose is to advance integrity and raise ethical practices in global development. The cornerstone of its work is providing integrity related, anti-fraud and corruption, whistleblowing and AML/CTF assurance & advisory services and training to the charity/NPO, government, and international development sectors.
Integritas360’s has provided services and support to regulatory agencies such as the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), The World Bank Group, Saudi Arabia’s National Anti-Corruption Commission, and Jordan’s NPO Registry; as well as a range of local and international charities and NPO/NFPs including World Vision International, Save the Children Australia, Baptist World Aid, Islamic Relief Australia and SOS Children’s Villages International.
“We specialise in designing and implementing bespoke solutions to address our client’s challenges in the inter-related areas of anti-fraud and corruption, integrity and governance, AML/CTF, strategy and accountability” Sandbrook said. You can find out more about Integritas360 here. Alternatively, feel free to contact us.
Held annually, the Australian Enterprise Awards is a six-month process. Nominations received are researched, shortlisted, judged and evaluated before the final award is made. More about the process can be found on the APAC Insider website.