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In 2014, The principles were endorsed. They outline the steps G20 countries will take to prevent the misuse of legal entities (such as shell companies) for illicit purposes such as money laundering and tax evasion.
In 2014, Australia led the development of a 2015-16 G20 Anti-Corruption Implementation Plan, which provides a detailed outline of the G20 anti-corruption work program.
Executive summary of Australia's implementation of Chapters III and IV of the United Nations Convention against Corruption
n 2012, Australia's Review of the implementation of Chapters III (Criminalisation & Law Enforcement) and IV (International Cooperation) of the United Nations Convention against Corruption was reviewed and found to be fully compliant.
In 2014, Australia led the development of a new G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan to guide the G20 anti-corruption agenda for 2015-16.
The key policy document for effective fraud control for government agencies and their employees is the Commonwealth fraud control guidelines 2011.