Fair Player Club

Summary

Countries of operation: 
South Korea (HQ)
Year: 
2015
Sector: 
Multi-Sector - Heavy manufacturing - Light manufacturing - Pharmaceutical and healthcare
Collective Action Type: 
Standard Setting Initiatives
Members: 

Global Compact Network Korea (GCNK), Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum (GCEF)

Description: 

The Fair Player Club is a public-private sector platform of key players in the South Korean marketplace. The aim is to enable anti-corruption dialog and Collective Action across industries and regions, and with South Korean businesses as well as enterprises with foreign investment.

 

This project is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.

Further information

Summary: 

The project endeavors to promote clean and fair business with business community in South Korea by engaging with industry associations, local and foreign chambers of commerce, central and metropolitan city governments, and foreign embassies in South Korea as Fair Player Club members.

 

In order to strengthen anti-corruption standards, to create awareness of business integrity and to consolidate commitment for Collective Action with business peers in South Korea, the Fair Player Club acts as a platform to foster collaboration and commitment. A dialog will be stimulated about measures to achieve clean and fair business and how to build the capacity for compliance and business ethics in South Korea. It is envisaged to reach a consensus for ‘Collective Action’ to combat corruption by introducing Fair Play Pledges through workshops and to disseminate the unified Code of Conduct, Fair Play guidelines and cases, and a Fair Play Competence Assessment.

 

Origins: 

This project is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.