TT Club becomes anti-corruption alliance members

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TT Club has announced it has joined the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) in a move to underline further the mutual insurer’s commitment to making the industry safer and more secure.

TT Club has long been aware of the issues surrounding corruption in the maritime transport industry. 

The insurer is dedicated to ensuring these corrupting effects on the overall integrity of freight transport worldwide are minimised, if not eradicated. 

MACN is a global business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to benefit of society at large.

With a current membership of over 180 organisations globally, MACN has three primary objectives: Capability Building, Collective Action, and Collaboration.

As the only non-P&I insurer to be part of MACN, and as a mutual insurer in both maritime and shoreside multi-modal activities, TT is well placed to use its established skills in co-developing and sharing best practices across the complex global supply chain on both land and at sea, reported TT Club.

TT will work with MACN in implementing its Anti-Corruption Principles by raising the awareness of corruption issues and promoting best practices to combat its effects. 

Moreover, the insurer will help MACN promote their drive for collective action with the aim of creating a more sustainable operating environment through anonymous reporting and data analysis. 

Finally, through its experience and knowledge of shore-side operations TT will widen the scope of MACN efforts to combat corruption beyond its current maritime focus.

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In commenting on TT’s new membership, COO Mark Argentieri said: “At TT we have aligned our ESG strategy with the UN Global Compact and its Sustainable Development Goals, becoming a signatory to the UN Principles for Sustainable Insurance (UN PSI) late last year. 

“In now joining MACN, we are taking a further step in focusing on the issues that are most relevant to our own Members, and where the Club is able to have a positive impact, cooperating with international institutions that are dedicated to ensuring increased transparency in maritime transactions and enhanced procedural integrity,” Argentieri added.

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Within TT’s stated ESG framework there are committed actions that are very much in line with MACN’s aims such as TT’s history of working with governmental organisations such as the IMO, and a swathe of industry representative associations in order to improve safety, security and environmental standards.

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