Transparency International’s latest report, ‘Transparency in corporate reporting: assessing the world’s largest companies’ (published on 10 July 2012), follows Transparency International’s analysis of the reporting of anti-corruption measures by over one hundred of the largest publicly listed multi-national companies. The report recommends, among other things, that multi-national companies should publish:
- detailed information on their anti-corruption programmes;
- comprehensive details of their subsidiaries, affiliates, joint ventures and other related entities; and
- individual financial accounts for each country in which they operate.
Transparency International report: Transparency in corporate reporting: assessing the world’s largest companies available at: