Understanding who you do business with has been a priority for companies for many years, and of particular importance since the UK Bribery Act was brought into force in 2011. Bribery and corruption risks posed by working with third parties remain the single largest corruption risk to companies – with bribery through agents, distributors and brokers representing 41% of 427 enforcement actions concluded since the coming into force of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in 1999.
On Thursday 30 June, Transparency International UK and PwC invite you to the launch of a new guidance on third party anti-bribery management.
This research by Transparency International UK and Transparency International USA, with the support of PwC, aims to bring fresh perspectives on best practice in this area, including principles, practical examples and case studies.
To reserve your place, please email: email@example.com.