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Organizations can reduce the risk of anti-corruption and fraud risk management through the new guidelines by ISO 37001, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and recently issued leading practices for fraud risk management. Read five insights for consideration to help you address these and other important questions your organization may have for the future.
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Five insights on ISO 37001
Multinational businesses around the world may be considering how to address the recently issued ISO 37001:16, Anti-bribery management systems—Requirements with guidance for use (ISO 37001). Released in late 2016, ISO 37001 addresses "establishing, implementing, maintaining, reviewing, and improving an anti-bribery management system," whether as a stand-alone initiative or part of a broader anti-corruption compliance program.
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Five insights into anti-corruption compliance programs
Corporate compliance teams can benefit from remaining highly vigilant and considering the following insights as they review and refresh their anti-corruption compliance programs. In this article, Deloitte outlines the ways companies should take a fresh look at their anti-corruption compliance programs in light of ongoing enforcement of the FCPA.
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Five insights into fraud risk analytics
Recently issued guidelines, combined with leading practices for fraud risk management, can provide a catalyst for organizations to strengthen their fraud risk management program activities, particularly the application and enhanced use of data analytics to identify, validate, and monitor the risks of fraud as part of the fraud risk assessment.