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The Year of Global Expansion and Enforcement
2016 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Report
Kroll and the Ethisphere Institute


The 2016 ABC Report, a survey of more than 250 senior-level ethics and compliance professionals, reveals that bribery and corruption risks - and the programs to reduce those risks - are evolving, but not consistently. Find out how the risk landscape is changing, and whether your business is keeping pace.

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Our Survey Insights

The Kroll and Ethisphere Institute survey produced 267 responses from senior-level executives working in ethics, compliance, and/or anti-corruption and representing a broad range of geographies and industries. Download a complimentary copy using the form above to see more.

How do you believe your organization’s anti-bribery and corruptions risks will change in 2016?

 

How engaged is your company’s leadership with anti-corruption efforts?

Kroll's Subject Matter Experts in Compliance

Press Release

Kroll and Ethisphere Launch 2016 Anti-Bribery & Corruption Report

March 9, 2016

Kroll released its 2016 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Report (“ABC Report”), produced in conjunction with the Ethisphere Institute. As reflected in the ABC Report, 40 percent of all compliance officers surveyed believe their company’s bribery and corruption risks will increase in 2016.

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About the Report

First published in 2011, the ABC Report provides compliance professionals with a comprehensive view of the types of bribery and corruption risks encountered by businesses every day, as well as the data to advocate effectively within their organizations. We launched this year’s survey in January 2016 to a global audience, asking a variety of questions about third party due diligence, stakeholder engagement, as well as merger and acquisition activity. We also included open response questions to enable survey-takers to express their thoughts more directly. Anti-bribery executives worldwide responded to our invitation to take the survey, and we collected 267 qualified responses from senior-level executives working in ethics, compliance, and/or anti-corruption. These respondents hailed from scores of industries, both public and private companies with operations around the world. We are grateful for their participation.