Risk assessment

Risk assessment is one of the principle steps that need to be taken in order to demonstrate adequate procedures to prevent bribery and corruption.

GoodCorporation’s anti-corruption risk assessments are tailored to the needs of each organisation and are conducted at group or local level, as appropriate.

Use our ABC risk assessments to:

  • Understand specific corruption risks
  • Classify risks into four categories: low, medium, high and extreme
  • Evaluate risks according to defined impact and likelihood
  • Identify appropriate and proportionate risk mitigation actions
  • Produce a clear picture of ABC risks to the company
  • Help mitigate likelihood of prosecution by ensuring that the company can demonstrate that it has adequate procedures in place to address the bribery and corruption risks faced

Effective risk assessments help organisations to identify possible exposure, design effective mitigation measures and ensure that their anti-corruption procedures are relevant and proportionate.

An assessment of external bribery risks is intended to help decide how those risks can be mitigated by procedures governing the relevant operations or business relationships; but a bribery risk assessment should also examine the extent to which internal structures or procedures may themselves add to the level of risk.

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