This whitepaper looks to examine six key areas of an effective anti-corruption compliance programme and ways in which organisations can step up their anti-corruption compliance efforts to stamp out corruption and improve transparency. Full synopsis
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Ensuring your organisation’s anti-corruption compliance efforts is commensurate with today’s demands
In today’s world, due to tightened anti-corruption legislations and regulations coupled with the knowledge that the cost of corruption is more than just the loss of revenue, ‘anti-corruption compliance’ has become a regular part of our lexicon. Stricter enforcements and prosecutions continue to force organisations to rethink their compliance policies and procedures, With combating corruption and bribery no longer a ‘new’ concept to businesses, the need to constantly step up anti-corruption compliance has become a vital element of every business’s framework.
Areas of analysis include:
- Setting policies and ensuring the code of conduct is adhered to
- Employee onboarding
- Employee and third party training for effective implementation
- Ensuring whistleblowing procedures are in place
- The importance of due diligence practices
- The importance of positive investor and regulatory perception