Creating a Credible & Defensible Programme
January 10th, 2019
Ensuring compliance with anti-corruption statutes such as the UK’s Bribery Act, Sapin II in France, or the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is a complex task. That is all the more true particularly for how organisations oversee the third parties acting on their behalf.
The cornerstones for third-party oversight are due diligence and monitoring — but building those concepts into a credible compliance programme requires a multi-pronged effort; one that aligns an organisation’s people, processes, and technology to prevent and detect violations.
What’s more, achieving that credible third-party programme is an urgent compliance priority. That is spelled out in guidance from both UK and French regulators for their respective anti-corruption statutes, as well as guidance from the U.S. Justice Department for the FCPA, and other countries as they, too, modernize their anti-corruption laws.
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