Australian businesses need easily accessible, reliable and relevant resources to manage risks as they reach into international markets. Australian companies operating internationally are faced with a myriad of bribery and corruption laws that can sit in contrast to local customs, expectations, and competitive pressure to bribe.
Knowing how to address the risks of corruption while succeeding in business internationally can be challenging. Particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), despite increasing expectations to comply. There is a wealth of material globally that is available, but it is disparate, difficult to find and hard to know what is relevant or reliable.
The Bribery Prevention Network establishes a central repository of resources for Australian companies. It will be an easily accessible source for reliable and relevant resources curated by Australia’s leading anti-bribery experts.
The Bribery Prevention Network is overseen by a Steering Committee of representatives from business and the host organisation, alongside government and NGO advisors with a common vision of raising the bar, the prevention of bribery, and promoting a culture of compliance.
The Network will be launched in 2020, for further information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.