PACI-Mongolia Network

Report
Mr. S.Demberel
Member of the Parliament of Mongolia
Chairman & CEO, MNCCI
Chairman of PACI-Mongolia Network Board
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
27 April 2013
WHAT WE HAVE DONE
 Established PACI-Mongolia Network Board on the basis of
PPP/Public Private Partnership/
№
1
Name
Chairman of Board – Mr. S.Demberel
Organization
MNCCI
Position
Chairman & CEO
2
Board member – Mr. P.Tsagaan
President Office
Chairman
3
Board member
State secretary
4
Board member
Ministry of Justice and
internal Affair
Mongolian Government
5
Board member – Mrs. D.Dulamsuren
6
Board member – Mr. John P. Finigan
Independent Authority
Against Corruption
Golomt bank of Mongolia
7
Board member- Mr. L.Davaajargal
Bridge group
President
8
Board member –Mr. Ch.Amarbaatar
Bars group
Director general
9
Board member- Mrs. Ts.Erdenechuluun
Gandirs group
President
10
Board member – Mr. Peter Nicholls
Оyu Tolgoi, Rio Tinto
Vice president
Senior advisor to the
Prime Minister
Head of division
Director general
WHAT WE HAVE DONE /continued/
158 companies signed
on PACI and 118 of
them developed Anticorruption Action plan
Provided
“Confirmation
certificate” to
companies which
implemented AntiCorruption Action
plan
WHAT WE HAVE DONE /continued/
 As one important criteria to rank “TOP-150 companies
of Mongolia” has developed their commitment and
results against corruption
WHAT WE HAVE DONE /continued/
Implemented “Corruption
free
campaign”
among
Mongolian companies and
awarded
New Juulchin Tour Co., Ltd.,
Bars group to appreciate
their
leadership
and
commitment in fight against
corruption
“PACI-Mongolia
Anti-Corruption
Award”
WHAT WE HAVE DONE /continued/
Organized special plenary on
“PPP against corruption”
during the Mongolian Economic
Forum
WHAT WE HAVE DONE/continued/
 Developed and implementing Anti-Corruption action plan
of MNCCI
 Conducted following surveys which has focused on
corruption and bureaucracy:
 Red tape perception index
 Business confidence index
 Business environmental index
 Developing to establish RMDI Mongolia Network /26
companies signed/
 Annually organized CEO Summit which discussed among
other topics specially on Corruption in Mongolia
 Publishing Corruption Handbook which include all Anticorruption Action plan of Mongolian companies which
signed on PACI
WHAT WE PLAN TO DO
For PACI-Mongolia Network:
 To develop Anti-corruption Action plan /all PACI signatories/
 To improve the number of PACI signatories
 To publish quarterly E-newsletter by PACI Mongolia network in
collaboration with Transparency International Mongolia
 To organize trainings to members /PACI signatories/
 To improve CSR and Global Compact Initiatives of PACI
signatories
 To open PACI-Mongolia Network website
 To organize regular meeting PACI Board members and
signatories
 To make regular PR activities to public and media
 To sign MoU with all Ministries on improving anti-corruption
initiatives
WHAT WE PLAN TO DO
For nationwide Anti-corruption initiatives:
 To develop a new Anti-corruption law draft which will be
changed some paragraphs of current law
 To organize “National PPP Forum on Anti-corruption”
 To organize trainings or workshops on Anti-corruption
initiatives and efforts to public officers
 To improve business environment /reducing licenses and
permissions which are fundamentals to corruption/
 To develop National Anti-corruption Report
 To improve monitoring public budget developing and
implementation and Government Anti-corruption
activities
 To establish RMDI Mongolia Network
 To share PACI-Mongolia experience to other countries and
regions such as CACCI /Asia-Pacific Region/
What’s our experience and lesson
 Business driven initiatives against corruption can help
to improve whole business environment, particularly
bureaucracy in public sector
 Common voice and activity of the private sector can
build powerful barrier to stop and reduce corruption
 PPP on Anti-corruption will help to establish
sustainable and effective mechanism against
corruption
 Lessons from Mongolian businesses on anticorruption will help other developing countries to
fight against corruption not only in particular country,
but also in whole region and areas

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