Risk assessment is a periodical and documented activity that lays the basis for the creation and implementation of an effective anti-bribery program. The first step of the assessment is the analysis of the existing processes and evaluation of the exposition to the crime risk. We map a matrix of all procedures, control activities and the anti-risk measures that are being applied.
After a Gap analysis, we define the activities to introduce them at the organisation and documentation level to prevent or mitigate the effects of a possible crime.
The goal is to provide the company with all the necessary tools for fighting illegal operations and to protect it from possible responsibility attribution.