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23 September / 2020

International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (IACCC) New Associate Membership Scheme

On 30 July 2020 the International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (IACCC) launched a new Associate Membership Scheme. This allows law enforcement agencies from smaller financial centres to join the IACCC as Associate Members having signed an MOU. Associate Members are able to rapidly exchange intelligence with the IACCC to assist with the development of the intelligence picture on grand corruption cases. The IACCC will be able to provide further support to partners across the world with grand corruption investigations, including the facilitation of Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) requests between their jurisdictions.


The new IACCC Associate Members are:

  • The Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission
  • The Gibraltar Financial Intelligence Unit
  • The Guernsey Financial Intelligence Unit
  • The Isle of Man Financial Intelligence Unit
  • The Jersey Financial Intelligence Unit
  • The Mauritius Independent Commission Against Corruption
  • The Seychelles Anti-Corruption Commission
  • The Turks and Caicos Islands Integrity Commission

These agencies join the existing core IACCC Members, consisting of law enforcement agencies from six countries and Interpol. It is the intention that additional law enforcement agencies will join the IACCC as Associate Members on a regular basis.

Mrs.  Sophia  Harris, Chairman  of the ACC commented, “The Anti-Corruption Commission  is  proud to join the IACCC  Associate Membership Scheme.  The  network  will serve as a valuable  resource to our investigators  in furtherance of our efforts to fight corruption, which often requires cross border international assistance.  An  environment of international partner agencies will hopefully  aid in our current as well as  future investigations and  facilitate quicker and timely exchange of intelligence to our investigators.  We are  delighted that the Commission is now an official Associate Member”.  Members of the public are encouraged to report any suspicions of corruption  with any supporting evidence  to the ACC.  Reports can be made in person or anonymously.  Civil servants are also reminded of their obligation to report any suspicion of corruption to the ACC as soon as they become aware. For more information on the ACC please visit


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