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ICC Guidelines on Agents, Intermediaries and Other Third Parties – 2010

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These ICC Guidelines on Agents, Intermediaries and Other Third Parties voluntary guidelines provide companies with advice on how to choose and manage third parties.

Third Parties can sometimes present the “weak link in the chain” in terms of an enterprise’s anti-corruption policies and practices. That is why these Guidelines are presented as a useful guidance tool for enterprises to help them manage third parties and reduce the risk of reputational damage to the enterprise.

It is envisaged that these Guidelines are to be referred to only where a structured risk management approach indicates that one is confronted with a sensitive choice in the vetting or managing of a Third Party.

It should be emphasised that these Guidelines are voluntary, and not prescriptive, and offer a benchmark for companies to adapt to their particular circumstances if they wish. They are of a general nature on what is considered good commercial practice, without any legal or binding effect. It is paramount that enterprises are able to retain flexibility in the manner they may choose to seek guidance from these ICC Guidelines.

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