Anti-Corruption Strategy

IMC Worldwide Ltd (IMC) is committed to the Modern Slavery Act of 2015. We have always had a zero tolerance for corruption, bribery, forced work, and other unethical actions. We will continue to improve our processes and procedures to continuously combat such acts.  

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The RAP3 internal audit process was reviewed in September 2014 towards the end of Implementation Year 1 (IY1) and a new Risk Based Audit (RBA) approach developed for Implementation Year 2 (IY2) onwards[1]. In January 2015, the Performance Verification and Management (PMV) component was reviewed in relation to lessons learned during IY2, new requirements for IY3 implementation and performance management in general. These guidelines give detailed guidance on the overall management of the internal audit programme including planning, preparing for, conducting, reporting and following up on internal audits.

 

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The RAP3 Finance Manual details the programme’s policies and procedures on Financial Reporting, Procurement & Contract Management, Asset Security and HR & Travel, which detail the internal controls in place to prevent and detect corruption.

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This document sets out RAP3’s approach to preventing and detecting corruption within our implementation team and partners, and tackling corruption where we encounter it in the government agencies and communities we work with. We recognise that corruption in Nepal is a serious problem and that there is no single measure to prevent and detect it across a large programme in a corrupt environment. An effective internal control environment requires the integration of a range of financial and operational controls across all processes, policies, practices and partnerships.

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The RAP3 Public Audit is a monitoring process through which beneficiaries and stakeholders provide vital feedback on the design, delivery and expenditure of the programme.

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Presentation for RAP3 Induction Workshop by Michael Green in November 2013

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IMC Worldwide Ltd has a policy that outlines its approach to business integrity in two parts: a Code of Ethics and a Code of Conduct.

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The IMC Worldwide Ltd (IMC) Board of Directors is fully committed to promoting the highest standards of ethical  behaviour  throughout  our  business.  We  condemn  corrupt  and  fraudulent  practices  and  require transparency, integrity and honesty in all aspects of our work. We will perform all services with integrity and  conduct  ourselves  with  the  professionalism  expected  of  a  firm  with  our  international  standing, reputation and experience. Fundamental to this is the adoption of a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to all forms of corruption and a robust Ethics and Anti-Corruption policy within the firm.

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