Embedding cultural change with ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System

Feb. 25 2019

This white paper seeks to explain the legislative context of anti-bribery measures and define the management systems approach to combatting bribery as laid out in ISO 37001. It provides a high level summary of the standard’s key features, details requirements for addressing system failures and explores the advantages of having your organization certified to ISO 37001.

Embedding cultural change with ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System

Demonstrate your organization’s integrity and mitigate your exposure to the risks of bribery by certifying to ISO 37001 Anti-bribery management system.

Corruption has been identified as a cross cutting and corrosive issue that undermines public trust in local and national governments, business and civil society institutions.

In this revealing white paper you will:

  • Read about the increasingly restrictive anti-corruption legislative landscape and what implications it has for your business
  • Learn how bribery may disrupt companies found guilty of corrupt practices and what are the consequences and risks associated with the violation of anti-bribery law
  • Discover key benefits of an Anti-Bribery Management System and how certifying to ISO 37001 could help you to reduce the risk of bribery within your organization
  • Grasp some essential concepts about management systems and particularly ISO 37001 and the framework it provides.

In certifying to ISO 37001 with Bureau Veritas, companies can manage bribery risk, comply with legal obligations to implement anti-bribery procedures and enhance their reputation for ethical business practice. To learn more about our services, please contact us today. 


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