Last week Singapore announced that it has adopted the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Systems Management Standard to help companies there implement and manage anti-bribery best practices.
Entries in ISO 37001 (16)
Last week, TRACE held its 13th Forum at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, D.C. Over 100 member companies contributed to a lively and extended exchange of best practices across the two-day event.
The launch date of the new ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System standard is close, with release expected in October.
Considering the ever-higher fines for getting it wrong, why wouldn’t you certify your anti-bribery program?
ISO 37001-- a new standard for anti-bribery management systems -- slated to be published in late 2016, is expected to be more detailed and internationally recognized than similar guidance published to date.
I live in Mexico City and work in Mexico and Latin America. Here's what ISO 37001 looks like from my perspective.
Have you ever sat across from your joint venture partner in Indonesia. Romania or Taiwan trying to explain why the United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines make it so their employees should be provided with anti-bribery training? I have, and it isn't a fun conversation.
The international business community wins when companies across supply and marketing chains work to the same high standards. There is less risk and more predictability, which promotes confidence among business partners. Benchmarking among peers and establishing and sharing model language and best practices all help to ensure that companies set their sights on a reasonable common denominator for compliance.