Gouvernance d'entreprises


Safeguarding State-Owned Enterprises from Undue Influence

Implementing the OECD Guidelines on Anti-Corruption and Integrity in State-Owned Enterprises

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) remain vulnerable to being used as conduits for political finance, patronage, and personal or related-party enrichment. Lingering weaknesses in corporate governance and ownership arrangements can expose SOEs to such exploitation and undermine SOE efforts to uphold integrity. This report highlights these weaknesses and provides state owners with a better understanding of which activities are effective in insulating SOEs from undue influence. It also takes stock of how OECD member and participating countries are implementing relevant provisions of the OECD Guidelines on Anti-Corruption and Integrity in SOEs, serving as the first report on the implementation of the Guidelines since their adoption in 2019.

Published on January 26, 2023

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Executive summary
The risk of undue influence in SOEs
Taking specific legal and regulatory measures
Protecting state ownership entities’ integrity and decision making
Protecting the integrity and autonomy of SOE decision makers
Bringing transparency to ownership arrangements and communication
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