Anti-bribery and Corruption for Business
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, together with the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry invite you to a seminar on Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) for Business.

Corruption is a global phenomenon which presents a particularly significant risk to businesses operating in developing countries. This seminar will explore:
  • Developments in Australian anti-corruption legislation and the extra-territorial reach of Australian laws and cooperation with international partners
  • How DFAT can help business minimise and manage corruption issues and risks overseas
  • Practical guidance and tips on how to protect yourself, your business and your employee interests
Presented by Tamsin Bendeler-Cartledge, lawyer with the Transnational Crime Section at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. 

Date Time City Venue
Wednesday 28 November 10:30am-12:00pm Hobart  TCCI
 309 Liverpool Street
 *Please note - only street parking available

This a free presentation which would be highly valuable to businesses operating in the international trade and inward and outward investment areas. 

Register now! 

To register or for any enquiries please email or call 6238 4098.

Tamsin Bendeler-Cartledge

Tamsin is a lawyer with the Transnational Crime Section at DFAT. This team provides legal and policy advice on foreign policy aspects of the government's transnational crime engagement with other countries. The section manages Australia's relationship with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime and the International Narcotics Control Board, and represents Australia at multilateral meetings on anti-corruption, drugs and other crime cooperation issues. It acts as the liaison point between DFAT and the Australian Federal Police on transnational crime.

Tamsin joined DFAT in 2013, when AusAID was integrated with DFAT. She has previously worked with AusAID and prior to that with the Department of Veterans Affairs. In 2006 she was an Australian Youth Ambassador for Development in Papua New Guinea, working as a legal adviser to the Minister for Community Development, Dame Carol Kidu.