USCIB Member P&G Wins 2020 Corporate Leadership Award

P&G’s Deborah Majoras. Image source: Google

The Coalition for Integrity (“C4I”), a leading Washington-based NGO devoted to fighting bribery and corruption in the U.S. and internationally, awarded its coveted Corporate Leadership Award for 2020 to Procter & Gamble (“P&G”), a long-time USCIB member company.  P&G was honored on December 8 for its good corporate citizenship, leadership in proposing transparency and integrity and its long-established Purposes, Values and Principles (“PVP”) program.  P&G Chief Legal Officer Deborah Majoras accepted the award on behalf of P&G CEO David Taylor.  The Coalition also cited P&G’s extraordinary efforts and philanthropy in 2020 to fight the COVID-19 virus. 

P&G is the seventh USCIB member company to receive the C41 Corporate Leadership Award, joining previous winners Bechtel, The Coca-Cola Company, General Electric, Marriott International, PepsiCo and Raytheon Technologies.

USCIB President & CEO Peter Robinson congratulated P&G. “We’re delighted to see, again this year, one of our leading companies, P&G, recognized for its pathbreaking leadership on corporate responsibility, integrity, anti-corruption and corporate citizenship,” said Robinson. “Like other USCIB companies, P&G has earned an enviable reputation for its corporate leadership here at home in the U.S. and around the world.  P&G sells products in 180 countries around the world and has a direct corporate presence in over 70 of those nations. Our member companies are making the world a much better place and are an example for other companies around the world.”   

The Coalition presented its other major award, the Integrity Award, to Dr. Anthony Fauci, in recognition of his work in combatting the COVID-19 virus and maintaining a high standard of scientific integrity and credibility. The Coalition’s press release on the Awards non-dinner gala ceremony highlights Dr. Fauci’s acceptance speech. USCIB Senior Advisor Shaun Donnelly is a longtime member of the Coalition for Integrity’s Policy Advisory Board.  He and USCIB Senior Director for Trade, Investment and Financial Services Eva Hampl have worked with the Coalition on international anti-bribery issues, including promoting enforcement of the OECD Anti-bribery Convention. 

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