Anti-bribery due diligence can help purchasers to manage their investment risk in transactions more effectively. However, it is often not undertaken, neglected, or allocated insufficient time and resources.
This guide is intended to provide a practical tool for companies undertaking anti-bribery due diligence in the course of mergers, acquisitions and investment. It reflects the approach for corporate anti-bribery programmes set out in the Business Principles for Countering Bribery and draws on the expertise of leading practitioners in multinational companies, the legal profession, accounting firms and professional advisors. The 32-page guide contains:
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