The New ISO Anti-Bribery Standard

By on July 7, 2017

July 7, 2017

Ensuring compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and similar laws from foreign jurisdictions (e.g. the UK’s Bribery Act) is not just a matter of doing right. It’s a line item, and one that can be especially daunting for small and medium-sized companies. The authors make the case that the new standard laid out in ISO 37001, the recently published anti-bribery management systems standard from the International Organization for Standardization, “equips small and middle-market companies with a flexible, risk-based framework so they can fill in some of the gaps and better mitigate the risk of bribery without breaking the bank.”

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