Kroll partnered with Legal Week to survey 81 international senior legal and compliance professionals about how companies can manage bribery & corruption risk more effectively and efficiently in the digital age.

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Legal Week & Kroll Q&A

Key Findings

64% of respondents said that expanding into new jurisdictions presented increased bribery / corruption risk to their business


A third of respondents said their company had not implemented compulsory anti-corruption training to all employees in the last 12 months


64% of respondents said their company had conducted third party audits over the past 12 months


44% of respondents said they analysed large data sets to identify anomalies and potential bribery & corruption risks

  • "Prevention and early detection are probably more cost effective than waiting for it to be too late - then you've got the cost of the investigation and the cost of reputation damage as well."
    Matthew Weitz,
    Senior Director, Investigations and Disputes, Kroll

  • "There are specific questions we ask the management of the companies with which we are in talks to acquire, and specific things we look for."
    Mark Ohringer,
    General Counsel, JLL

  • "We're so heavily regulated that it's no surprise to anyone that we need to be mindful of anti-bribery - every Roche affiliate has a different industry code that it applies to."
    Funke Abimbola,
    General Counsel and Company Secretary,Roche UK and Ireland

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