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Combating corruption and money laundering – a few aspects to audit. 1- 1. The fraud and corruption situation in Poland. One of the most important social problems, together with unemployment and poverty ; Opinion polls show that corruption occurs very often ;

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Combating corruption and money laundering a few aspects to audit

Combating corruption and money laundering – a few aspects to audit

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The fraud and corruption situation in poland

The fraud and corruption situation in Poland

  • One of the most important social problems, together with unemployment and poverty ;

  • Opinion polls show that corruption occurs very often;

  • Lack of understanding for negative influence of fraud and corruption on social and economic life of the country.


Areas of risk of fraud and corruption

Areas of risk of fraud and corruption

  • public administration

  • health services and pharmaceutical sector

  • fiscal control

  • customs

  • politics

  • infrastructure

  • public procurement

  • EU measures

  • privatization


Responsibility for fighting against main institutions

Responsibility for fighting against: main institutions

  • Central Anticorruption Bureau (CBA)

  • General Inspector of Financial Information (GIIF)

  • Other authorities of the investigative powers, such as: the Prosecutor's Office, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBŚ), the Police, the Agency of Internal Security (ABW), the Border Guards and the Military Police.


Central anticorruption bureau cba

Central Anticorruption Bureau (CBA)

  • fight against corruption, in particular within public institutions; combating criminal activities against the interests of the state;

  • recognize, prevent and detect offences against property;

  • control the regularity and accuracy of the statements therein, or statements made about the conduct of economic activities of persons performing public functions;


Central anticorruption bureau cba1

Central Anticorruption Bureau (CBA)

  • cooperation with other national authorities and international institutions in terms of the extent to which the above referred to;

  • analysis of the phenomena occurring in the sphere of its competence and presenting this information to the Prime Minister, the President of Poland and the Polish Parliament.


General inspector of financial information giif

General Inspector of Financial Information (GIIF)

Tasks: to obtain, collect, process and analyze information as specified in the law and take action to counteract money laundering and the financing of terrorism, in particular:

  • study the progress of suspicious transactions about which the GIIF has been informed;

  • carry out the procedure to suspend the transaction or account lockout;

  • settlements related to the release of frozen property values;


General inspector of financial information giif1

General Inspector of Financial Information (GIIF)

  • share and request information about transactions;

  • transmit documents that justify suspected offences to relevant bodies;

  • initiate and undertake other activities in order to counteract money laundering and the financing of terrorism, including training of staff of the competent institutions;

  • cooperate with foreign institutions and international organizations involved in prevention of money laundering or the financing of terrorism.


Role of the supreme audit office nik

Role of the Supreme Audit Office (NIK)

  • actively participate in the fight against corruption and money laundering;

  • examine the phenomenon of corruption during each audit;

  • develop its own methodology to audit corruption;

  • provide internal training for auditors in this field;


Role of the supreme audit office nik1

Role of the Supreme Audit Office (NIK)

  • take complaints sent by citizens seriously and react to them;

  • participate in sessions of the Parliament;

  • actively participate in the works of the INTOSAI Working Group on the Fight Against Corruption and Money Laundering (WG FACML);

  • cooperate with other national audit bodies in conducting parallel audits.


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