Membership of The Copenhagen Charter
The aim of the Copenhagen Charter is to help companies and organisation to effectively combat Bribery, Corruption and Fraud. The platform from which this work is done is though the twelve principles in the Copenhagen Charter. Each principle outlines how companies and organisations can organise its efforts to combat Bribery, Fraud and Corruption.
The Copenhagen Charter systematic approach will put into action thorough and effective measures, and will ensure that the organization no longer needs to struggle with Bribery, Fraud and Corruption issues.
Copenhagen Charter members take a visible stand on fighting Bribery, Corruption and Fraud through a commitment to disclose and promote transparency in their governance structure, based on the twelve principles of The Copenhagen Charter.
The Copenhagen charter communicates to all stakeholders that it will take a proactive stand on ensuring that a structured system of controls, tests, procedures, protocols and guidelines are implemented. Further monitoring of International BFC compliance standards, best practices and regulatory compliance to combat Bribery, Fraud and Corruption across the company's Corporate Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT-Security (BFC) responsibilities and activities are implemented, monitored and communicated.