GAN Integrity Solutions is an IT services and consultancy firm with global experience in the fight against corruption and other compliance areas. From our office in Denmark we offer services within the areas of corporate integrity (business ethics), anti-corruption/anti-bribery and other compliance areas. We produce the Business Anti-Corruption Portal on behalf of six European governments and the EU Commission.

What our clients say about us

  • Our compliance programme was subsequently certified by an international verification bureau. We are proud to announce that we have been invited to become a UN vendor again.

    Ukrainian Aviation Manufacturer
  • Working with the Business-Anti-Corruption Portal was a great learning experience for me. I really value the knowledge and insight you have... I credit you for the success of my project. I thank you for that.

    General Electric - Compliance Manager, Legal

Latest Blog Posts

The latest news from GAN mixed in with important news on bribery and corruption

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Brazil’s Anti-Corruption Law – 6 key points

Brazil’s Anti-Corruption Law – 6 key points Brazil’s anti-corruption law is the latest addition to...

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Kongsberg corruption charges

Kongsberg Gruppen, the Norwegian defence contractor, is under investigation by Norwegian authorities for corruption related...

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Corruption in the EU

The European Commission has released a new report on corruption and estimates that corruption costs...

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Alcoa pays $384 million fine to settle Bahrain FCPA bribery charges

Alcoa was hit with a fine of $384 million for violated the FCPA in Bahrain....

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We are looking for a Native English Speaking Student!

Do you want to help us fight corruption?   Compliance Solutions Company Seeks Native English...

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Swiss company Weatherford fined $252 million for breaching the FCPA and export controls

Weatherford International and three of its subsidiaries, a Swiss oil services company, were fined $252...

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