• Welcome to Together Against Corruption - Strengthening the Initiative!

    Published Wednesday, September 16, 2015


    The seminar is now fully booked!

    151014 Together Against Corruption - Strengthening the Initiative!

    The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, Transparency International Sweden and AmCham Sweden invite you to a packed half-day seminar in Stockholm as part of the continuing work of the joint initiative, "Together Against Corruption", (Tillsammans mot korruption).

    Our morning program will address the most current issues around corruption facing both the private and public sectors, with a focus on challenges related to public procurement, municipal government, compliance and international regulations. We will look back at Almedalen 2015 and look ahead to emerging trends and issues with four compelling panel discussions.

    Date: October 14, 2015
    Time: 8:30 to 11:30 - Registration and breakfast begin at 8.00
    Address: The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm

    For more information about the seminar; tillsammansmotkorruption.se


    Speakers are; Gentry Sayad, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend, Michaela Ahlberg fromTeliaSonera, Henrik Grönberg from Upphandlingsmyndigheten, Tomas Forsberg from Riksenheten mot Korruption, Richard Fleetwood from Ericsson, Dan Brännström from FAR, Malin Sandqvist  from Systembolaget, Hanna Witt from Konkurrensverket, Magnus Lindahl from PWC, Emma Ihre from Mannheimer Swartling, Marie Grenholm from EY, Ann Sofi Agnevik from SKL, Johan Mörck from Statskontoret, Martin Kruger from KPMG and Gunnar Bäckström from NCC.

    The seminar is now fully booked!

  • The untouchables -Corruption under the loupe

    Published Thursday, September 10, 2015

    We are not immune towards corruption

    Helena Sundén -Large Swedish enterprises are working actively with the question and many has a clear image of the challenges they are facing. The interaction and sharing of best practices as well as the discussions on difficulties is a part of an active and ongoing dialogue.

  • New Supporting Member

    Published Thursday, September 03, 2015

    The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute has expanded the ranks of the supporting members and wishes Fastighetsägarna welcome.

    To read more about Fastighetsägarna.

COURT CASES (In Swedish)