Airland is proud to announce the achievement of TRACE re-certification, which underscores our ability to demonstrate commercial transparency and integrity.
To retain this internationally recognised certification we have undergone a rigorous third-party due diligence process administered by TRACE.
With Airland operating in nearly every country in the world, our multinational suppliers, agents and consultants can be assured we have met globally accepted commercial transparency practices.
TRACE is a not-for-profit membership association working to reduce bribery and corruption in commercial dealings. Read more about TRACE here. There are also several Company benefits to maintaining this certification, including access to online training in anti-bribery compliance and human-trafficking awareness, customisable risk-based due diligence, advisory services, and access to special workshops.
“I am very proud that through a continual investment in a culture of compliance we have maintained our TRACE certified status. Even in this tougher economic environment, it’s imperative Companies keep their risk exposure to a minimum and meet global standards such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Our services have been trusted for more than four decades and this reputation is partly due to our commitment to combat bribery and corruption on a world-wide scale. TRACE certification provides third-party assurance that no matter where we operate, our actions are underpinned by ‘global best practice,’” commented Tony Berson, Director of Airland Group.
As we continue to expand our global presence, we are sensitive to the cultural, environmental and geographical factors that influence business operations worldwide. To learn more about our core values of honesty, integrity and transparency, view our Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy.