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proportionate procedures - ENS comment

It is now common practice for international business partners to now ask South African companies for substantiation of their compliance programs.

ENS Forensics have noticed that some organisations tend to ignore their anti-bribery compliance commitments until such time as they are requested to provide such confirmation when say participating in offshore business transactions, including distribution agreements, mergers and acquisitions.

Worse still - many companies often sign their confirmation of anti-bribery compliance - when in fact they have no anti-bribery compliance infrastructure in place.

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