On 3 August, Out-Law published an introduction to multilateral development banks (MDB), such as the World Bank. It is said that play an increasingly prominent role in policing fraud, corruption, collusion and other forms of corporate misconduct. They carry out many investigations each year that regularly result in action being taken against companies. Companies that borrow from MDBs or work on MDB-funded projects as contractors or otherwise need to understand how the integrity units work and what the consequences of investigations and so-called sanctions proceedings are to avoid potentially commercially crippling consequences such as debarment.
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