Firm bags ‘Best NPO Anti-Corruption Consultancy Firm’ tilt
Integritas360 has been awarded the Best Non-profit Organisation (NPO) Anti-Corruption Consultancy Firm by APAC Insider in the recent 2020 Australian Enterprise Awards.
The Australian Enterprise Awards seeks to acknowledge businesses and individuals who have played a pivotal role in the resurgence of one of the world’s biggest economies. As one of the top 15 highest-grossing economies in the world, Australia boasts many individuals and organisations from across a myriad of sectors and industries deserving praise and recognition
Integritas360 CEO Jeremy Sandbrook said it was a wonderful achievement.
“We are extremely proud to have been chosen as the winner in this category, as it not only highlights the importance of the charity and NPO sector, but the role integrity and compliance plays in it,” he said.
Launched just over five years ago, Integritas360 provides anti-fraud and anti-corruption prevention, compliance, governance, AML/CTF, risk and whistleblower advisory and assurance services and training to the charity, non-profit or non-govermental organisation and international development sectors.
Their aim is to raise integrity in international development by helping charities and non-profit-organisations create a strong ethical culture and associated framework to protect their integrity.
“With extensive experience in both the corporate and international development sectors, Integritas360 works with organisations to design and implement cost-effective solutions designed to improve an organisation’s ethical culture, while at the same time reducing integrity risks such as fraud and corruption.” Sandbrook said.
Integritas 360’s clients have included multi-laterals such as the World Bank Group, national regulators including the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC), NSW Government Departments, and charities and NGOs such as WorldVision International, Islamic Relief Australia, Save the Children Australia, TransformAid International and SOS Children’s Villages International.
The Australian Enterprise Awards process takes six months. With nominations received, researched, shortlisted, judged and evaluated. The full list of award winners is available on the APAC Insider website.