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Five reasons CEOs give to avoid addressing corruption prevention 01/07/2015  

Most companies have a limited risk of industrial fires. That does not prevent them from installing fire extinguishers and, in cases where the risk is higher, of implementing fire prevention procedures. It should be the same for corruption prevention. 

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CERTIFICATION PROCESS

ACCREDITED AUDITORS

STEP 1
Accredited inspection companies carry out an on-site audit of anti-corruption compliance programs, comprised of an independent corruption risk analysis, an evaluation of the program against highest international standards (FCPA, UKBA, OECD, TI, ICC, etc.) and concrete recommendations for improvement.
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CERTIFICATION COMMITEE

STEP 2
A committee of international lawyers evaluates the compliance program from both a business and legal perspective; each individual member issues concrete recommendations to ensure the program is adapted to company-specific corruption risks and meets latest anti-corruption compliance standards.
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