The challenge to adapt: Corruption risk in an ever-evolving world
Australia and New Zealand’s Bribery and Corruption Report 2023
Every two to three years, Deloitte Australia and New Zealand conduct a survey in which risk leaders across Australia and New Zealand can anonymously share their experiences and perspectives of bribery and corruption risk in their organisations.
A survey was conducted between March and June 2023 and the responses received from 130 respondents were used to inform the data in this report. Participants included C-suite Executives, Board Members, General Counsels, and Risk Managers from a cross-section of sectors, including ASX200 and NZX50 companies, public sector organisations, not for profit organisations and other private sector companies.
The bribery and corruption landscape continues to change, and we have seen that dramatically over the past three years. Organisations have had to navigate through rapidly changing regulations, economic and financial instability, geopolitical uncertainty, and disruption to ‘business-as-usual’ processes and supplier networks.
In this report, we have compiled a diverse array of insights from risk leaders in the fields of integrity, bribery, and corruption. These experts provide their perspectives on the survey results and current Australian and New Zealand landscape. Explore these insights and the survey findings by downloading the report.
You’ll find out more about:
- Emerging issues and the interminable strain on bribery and corruption risk
- Perceptions versus reality: the need for transparency in the community
- Are we turning a blind eye? How perceptions are impacting actions
- The challenge: adapting to corruption risk in an ever-evolving world