Combating Corruption: Building Resilient Businesses
This paper challenges Australian corporate assumptions about the nature of doing business in emerging markets. In the past decade we have seen a striking growth in Australian investment abroad, but an equally striking reluctance to put in place adequate procedures to manage the integrity risk of emerging markets.
As a result of a seemingly benign operating environment in Australia and weak enforcement of laws against overseas corruption, the majority of Australian companies have traditionally deprioritised the considerable legal, regulatory, commercial and reputational risks of being involved in a corruption scandal.
In this whitepaper
An Anti-Corruption Impasse?
Integrity and Resilience Offshore
Practical Guidance: Getting Started
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