Corporate Crime Prevention & Anti-bribery
Assessment

Corporate Crime Prevention & Anti-bribery
Assessment

No business is immune to fraud and corruption, while, according to statistics, more than 70% of the companies are not formally prepared to these risks. At the same time, the ability to have corporate crime and corruption under control is crucial for maintaining reputation and law compliance of any company.

Timely risk analysis allows to identify and contextualize the risk of crime concearning an organisation asset and the activities of the entity.
According to practice,
  • companies that have anti-bribery due diligence on their business partners, foreseen and introduced anti-bribery compliance programmes experienced fewer bribery acts than those without;
  • companies that conducted anti-bribery staff training, in the long term experienced lower corruption rate in relation to those who did not.
  • companies whose top management was informed and committed to the matter resulted in fewer bribery incidents being reported.

We support companies in risk assessment and realization of preventive models as per the present legislation such as DLGS 231/01, UK Anti-bribery act, FCPA to avoid possible direct and indirect sanctions.
Risk management system scheme
Risk management process
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.
Risk Analysis
Definition of risk matrix:
● Mapping frequency of events where possible
● Completely qualitative where there's no incident reporting
Frequency severity risk matrix
Risk matrix
Risk Analysis
Definition of risk matrix:
● Mapping frequency of events where possible
● Completely qualitative where there's no incident reporting
Risk Analysis Output
The final product of the risk analysis is a document consisting of:

• A list of the relevant processes and the matrix of the processes and crimes
• Definition of severity scale
• Definition of the probability scale
• Graphic matrix of risks
• Definition of due diligence level for third parties.
• Processes card with the assessment of the barriers, check-ups and recovery
Strategia & Sviluppo Consultants advise on the tools and management strategy for the companies to transform vulnerabilities into strengths and manage risks proactively.
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