Infare Group has a strict Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy which applies to all our people globally.
Infare Group upholds the principles of conducting business with integrity and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Infare Group takes a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption. Infare Group compete on the basis of its superior data and related products or services. Infare Group prohibits its employees and independent contractors who act on behalf of Infare Group from paying or promising to pay anyone – in the public or private sector, illicit (including facilitation payments), or otherwise trying to improperly influence anyone, even if such a payment is requested and named something different than a bribe.
For this purpose, “bribe” means an undue advantage intended to induce a person to give improper assistance in breach of their duty, or to otherwise improperly influence someone with the underlying purpose of obtaining/retaining business, or an advantage in the course of business, and “facilitation payments” are small payments to government officials to encourage/speed up routine administrative processes or other actions.
Dealing with public officials poses a particularly high risk in relation to bribery due to strict rules and regulations in many countries. The provision of money, gift, hospitality or anything else of value, no matter how small, to any public official for the purpose of influencing them in their official capacity is strictly forbidden.
Infare Group expects its business partners to take the same zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption in their own operations.
Our Policy includes specific instructions to people, such as requirements to avoid potential conflicts of interest, and others that concern the offer or acceptance of gifts and hospitality and requirement to declare it, strict transparency rules on sponsorship and donations, as well as zero tolerance to secret, unrecorded or unreported transactions of any kind.