Thanks to the agreement that the Graña y Montero Group and the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) signed recently, our executives will receive an intensive training program in October, which will contribute to strengthen the company in fraud prevention and antiethical conducts.
Likewise, the tools to detect possible irregular conducts will be strengthened during the interaction with the different actors taking part in each of the projects.
This is a great step to strengthen the company, since the IACA, whose headquarters are located in Vienna, is recognised as the centre of excellence for anti-corruption knowledge and training worldwide. It was created by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, INTERPOL, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), the Republic of Austria and other intested parties.
“Graña y Montero has requested this agreement with the IACA since we are aware of the importance of having a trained team. Identifying a corruption scenario and knowing how to fight it is a task that every person in our organization must be prepared to carry out”, claims Mr. Augusto Baertl, our president.