Recent enforcement actions along with new country-specific legislation have created an increasingly complex regulatory landscape. It is not enough to simply follow guidance on complying with the Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA) or the UK Bribery Act (UKBA). Multi-national corporations now need to put in place best practices to address a myriad of newer worldwide anti-bribery and corruption laws. Kroll offers consultative services to assess potential risks within existing programs and to design, set-up, and implement new anti-corruption compliance programs, taking into consideration the complex and unique regulations across the world.
Clients can leverage Kroll’s technology platform to assess and manage the risk of third parties and support compliance with global anti-corruption legislation. We can help with third party onboarding, questionnaires, risk scoring, sanctions screening and due diligence, monitoring, and managing internal anti corruption policies. Kroll’s Compliance Portal facilitates screening and due diligence case management; process, product and delivery transparency; and customizable account structures and permissions, all within a technology platform that supports information review, archiving and audit.
Kroll provides a full suite of screening and due diligence reports to help your organization comply with anti-corruption legislation. From initial third party and vendor screening against sanctions lists and media to more enhanced due diligence on higher-risk third parties, we can deliver the appropriate reports to help manage the level of risk associated with the third party.
Kroll conducts regulatory investigations into alleged violations of key anti-bribery and corruption legislation such as Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act (UKBA). This includes allegations of bribery and financial mismanagement including kickbacks, internal control lapses and other financial improprieties. Our unmatched investigative capabilities, worldwide presence and long-standing reputation for independence and integrity make us uniquely qualified to resolve regulatory concerns.