Anti-Corruption

Financial crime risk assessment

Legislation in force to prevent financial crime has become more risk focused, requiring organizations to fully understand the risks their organization faces based on their business model and strategy.

Corruption Risk Assessment

Transparency International and Berlin Risk Institute conducted a corruption risk assessment of the European Economic Area (EEA) and Norway Financial Mechanisms. The report “Addressing Corruption Risk in the EEA and Norway Grants” is downloadable here.

Whitepaper & Webcast – Risk Assessment and Prevention of Corruption

Companies are depending on the countries and the industries in which they operate, as well as working together with their business partners, to assess corruption risks. However, the best way to find out how their respective business processes can be affected by corrupt practices, is the implementation of a systematic risk assessment.

An integrated approach to business partners compliance

The importance of business partner compliance for companies and institutions has grown in recent years. It gained increased attention in the wake of the financial crisis, resulting in fresh legal aggravation, as companies and institutions are faced with increasing regulatory requirements.