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The Business Ombudsman Council provides recommendations to state bodies on the basis of individual cases and in accordance with published systemic reports. Here we have collected information on the implementation status of systemic recommendations only.

Report name
Issued recommendations
Execution status

Systemic report "Combatting raidership: current state and recommendations"

To develop unified practical guidelines and methodologies to help the companies build and improve the reliable compliance systems. The Council emphasizes that such guidelines could be useful for businesses, if they cover the issues of best practices in the area of corporate governance; ensure a balanced allocation of authorities among managerial bodies of the company; propose optimal approaches to the development of internal policies/regulations (document signing/ initialization procedures, reporting policies, risk management, key performance indicators, etc.); disclose the essence of the procedures that determine the nature of violation associated with conflicts of interest as well as the mechanisms of ongoing control to detect violations, etc. Appropriate attention to those issues will help mitigate raidership risks.

National Agency on Corruption Prevention

— comments: The Decision of the NACP dated 22.09.2017 No.734 approved the Methodical recommendations for the preparation and implementation of anti-corruption programs of legal entities.
To complete the implementation of the measures envisaged in the State Program for Implementation of the National AntiCorruption Policy for 2015-2017 in terms of addressing corruption in private sector. To ensure a sustainable effect, particular measures should also be reflected when developing the National Anti-Corruption Policy for subsequent years by the National Corruption Prevention Agency.

National Agency on Corruption Prevention

— comments: According to the NACP's response to the Council's request (letter dated 19.03.2018 No.20-23/10304/18), the relevant measures have already been implemented.