Anti-Corruption Program


"iScutum LLC" is committed to high standards of ethics and integrity in all aspects of its operations. We recognize that corruption poses a serious threat to our society and business as a whole. In order to ensure fair and transparent business conduct, we are implementing an Anti-Corruption Program.


The primary goal of our Anti-Corruption Program is to create an environment where corruption is unacceptable, and interactions among employees, partners, and clients are based on transparency, openness, and high ethical standards.

Company Commitments

  1. Rejection of Corrupt Practices: We reject any form of corruption and unauthorized payments in all aspects of our operations.
  2. Transparency and Accountability: We commit to providing transparent accounting and reporting of all financial transactions within the company.
  3. Ethical Standards: We strive for high ethical standards in all aspects of our business and interactions with employees, clients, and partners.
  4. Training and Information Support: We provide training to our employees and partners on the principles of the Anti-Corruption Program and offer informational support to all stakeholders.
  5. Conflict of Interest Prevention: We take measures to identify and manage conflicts of interest that may arise in the course of our activities.

Employee Responsibilities

  1. Adherence to Policy: Every employee is expected to adhere to the Anti-Corruption Program policy and understand their responsibility in preventing corruption.
  2. Reporting Violations: Employees are obligated to report any suspicions of corrupt activities and assist in the investigation of such situations.
  3. Adherence to Ethical Standards: All employees are required to uphold high ethical standards in their professional and personal activities.


We believe that a commitment to the Anti-Corruption Program helps us create a strong and trustworthy business environment. We encourage all employees, clients, and partners to join us in this shared mission to combat corruption.

Date: July 27, 2023

Report possible violations of the Anti-Corruption Program by email