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Anti-Corruption Compliance: Why It’s A Board Issue 15/03/2015  

Corrupt sales practices represent more than a legal risk; they impose a major business risk by jeopardizing the quality of strategic decisions. 

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RECENT CERTIFICATIONS

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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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