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FairBiz Integrity Hub

The FairBiz Integrity Hub promotes a fair business environment in ASEAN, by providing  a physical and virtual space for the exchange  of learning about business integrity in and between countries within ASEAN.

It provides inspiration to leaders in government and business to develop and implement clear rules and regulations fairly and efficiently.

It introduces new and innovative management techniques and knowledge to public officials and business executives.         

It brings together governments and companies through collective action to bring the Sustainable Development Goals to the lives of millions of people.

Six Platforms


Research indicates that female-owned businesses pay less in bribes, and corruption is seen as less of an obstacle in companies where women are represented in top management. At the same time, women are often vulnerable to unfair and discriminatory business practices.

Posted on January 31, 2021

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One of the biggest risks for multinational companies is the risk of non-compliance with anti-corruption and other extraterritorial laws by third party distributors and agents in the supply chain.

Posted on January 31, 2021

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As ASEAN “builds back better” following the pandemic, a new generation of investors is preparing to channel their funds into ESG – Environment, Social and Governance. While the focus is on environmental and societal reconstruction, the governance aspects have been neglected.

Posted on January 31, 2021


Businesses can only realize their full potential if governments’ laws and policies are fairly and properly enforced. The certainty of fair trials and accessible redress mechanisms are key elements for a fair business environment. Furthermore, working with other public agencies, such as the anti-corruption agencies, is key to ensuring that anti-corruption and business integrity laws, strategies and policies are well designed and implemented.

Posted on October 7, 2021

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Government purchasing is one of the most lucrative and fastest growing markets in ASEAN. However, because of excess bureaucracy and uncompetitive practices, it is often one of the least accessible, especially to SMEs and disadvantaged groups.

Posted on January 31, 2021


While there is a lot of support for young entrepreneurs on how to start up a business, there is less information available on how to start up with integrity. With the help of the FairBiz Integrity Hub, young entrepreneurs can create and live by a fair business environment in which their companies will prosper and contribute to social and economic development.

Posted on January 31, 2021

The FairBiz Integrity Hub’s Private Sector Advisory Group 

The Private Sector Advisory Group (PSAG) directs the Hub’s strategy, encourages business engagement and enables the project to scale up.

The members of PSAG are influential experts in their industries, coming from the private sector, investment community, think tanks and governments, in ASEAN countries and beyond.

The members serve on the PSAG primarily in their personal capacity, as independent experts, rather than as representatives of their organizations.

Get involved

The FairBiz Integrity Hub will its most powerful impact through its supporters in the business community. Business leaders and executives of any company can make a significant contribution by sharing resources, knowledge and ideas with our team and with the companies benefiting from the Hub’s activities.

For business leaders, the Hub provides an ideal platform for companies and their employees to lead by example and contribute to making ASEAN a fairer and more attractive place for doing business.