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  1. Illustration – 3rd Party Series #2 3rd Party Anti-Corruption Management

    Illustration – 3rd Party Series #2 3rd Party Anti-Corruption Management

    Managing third parties for bribery and corruption risk requires a consistent, technology supported approach to assessing risk, conducting due diligence and analysis, delivering training, invoking controls, ongoing monitoring, and periodic re-evaluation. A consistent method to risk score each relationship and a book of record for each third party ensures a systemic understanding of relevant information and a well documented audit trail.

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  2. Illustration – How Do We Manage The Business Risk Of Fraud

    Illustration – How Do We Manage The Business Risk Of Fraud

    It is critical to recognize that fraud risk is not exclusively about the “good guys” catching “bad guys.” Given the right (wrong) circumstances, even the best people can do some of the worst things. In light of that, an organization should approach fraud risk in a comprehensive manner so that the business does not put any individual in a position where they will be tempted to do something that they would not normally do as...

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  3. Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #6 Data Analytics For Anticorruption

    Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #6 Data Analytics For Anticorruption

    Companies face significant economic hurdles as margins shrink and profit expectations grow. Implementing and monitoring a strong anti-corruption compliance program under these conditions can be daunting. Forensic data analytics – known as Anti-Bribery and Corruption analytics, or ABC analytics – can help companies cost effectively and efficiently use data discovery to enhance their anti-corruption efforts.

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  4. Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #5 How To Conduct Investigations Of Corruption

    Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #5 How To Conduct Investigations Of Corruption

    Every organization should have a strong anti-corruption program that includes detection systems and processes and a response plan to assess, investigate and resolve issues. This illustration can help you implement or refine an investigation process and focus on important areas.

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  5. Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #4 Mergers And Acquisitions Due Diligence Of Anticorruption

    Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #4 Mergers And Acquisitions Due Diligence Of Anticorruption

    Merger and acquisition activity is on the rise in high corruption risk countries. Too many companies focus on financial due diligence in transactions and have undertaken insufficient pre-acquisition corruption due diligence procedures, even while regulatory demand has increased. This illustration outlines key steps that should be taken.

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  6. Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #3 Anticorruption Issue Management

    Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #3 Anticorruption Issue Management

    SPEED, RIGOR, INDEPENDENCE, IMPROVEMENT – Every organization should have a strong capability to identify, prioritize, investigate and resolve bribery and other corrupt activities, as well as compliance system weaknesses. While this can be a daunting task, this illustration can help implement or refine an investigation process and avoid common pitfalls.

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  7. Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #2 Third Party Due Diligence Of Anticorruption

    Illustration – Anti-Corruption Series #2 Third Party Due Diligence Of Anticorruption

    Global organizations may have thousands of third party relationships that present corruption risks. An effective worldwide anti-corruption program must include comprehensive and consistent due diligence in the selection of agents, suppliers and other partners; and methods for monitoring and evaluating compliance once they are on-boarded. This demands a proportionate approach to ensure the right level of process is applied to each.

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  8. Anticorruption Illustrated (eBook)

    Anticorruption Illustrated (eBook)

    Anti-corruption efforts at the modern global company can be overwhelming and, for all the talk about effective anti-corruption regimes, sometimes it helps to step back and visualize the bigger picture—literally. Hence we welcome you to our first-ever “Anti-Corruption Illustrated” publication. This e-book is a compendium of anti-corruption articles published jointly by OCEG and Compliance Week. Here you will find all those articles, plus the roundtable discussions OCEG has run about anti-corruption with chief compliance officers and other compliance thinkers, plus OCEG’s...

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