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Diagnosing Bribery Risk

Written by Robert Barrington on Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Robert Barrington and Will Kenyon discuss some of the challenges facing companies and why conducting an effective bribery risk assessment is necessary.


Robert Barrington and Will Kenyon discuss some of the challenges facing companies and why conducting an effective bribery risk assessment is necessary.

Transparency International’s practical guide provides specific practical advice based on real-life experience on how to conduct an effective bribery risk assessment.

In this video TI-UK Executive Director, Robert Barrington, and Lead Author of the guidance Will Kenyon, discuss some of the challenges facing companies and why conducting an effective bribery risk assessment is necessary.

 

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Robert Barrington

Robert is TI-UK's Executive Director. You can view his full bio here, and tweet him @TIukED.

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