TRACE Certification Sends Message

Press Release
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Gulf Agency Company (Egypt) Ltd is the latest GAC company to become a member of anti-bribery body TRACE International, underlining its strong commitment to ethical corporate conduct.


TRACE International, Inc. is a non-profit group that offers practical and  cost-effective anti-bribery compliance solutions for multinational  companies which are required to demonstrate transparent business practices  regardless of pressure, local law or custom.


 
GAC Egypt's certification comes after a stringent due diligence review of every aspect of its operations and key managers, highlighting the company as a beacon of compliance and stability.


 
Managing Director Capt. Mohammed Badawi says: "TRACE certification is yet another recognition of our integrity, a reflection of our transparency as well as an endorsement to our Code of Ethics."


 

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