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proportionate procedures - detail of the finding

73% of companies have an anti-bribery compliance programme
yes 73% no 27%
Of those that have a compliance programme less than half are very confident that their controls identify and mitigate bribery and corruption risks
very confident 48% somewhat confident 47% unsure 5%
Companies with an anti-bribery compliance programme reported fewer incidents of bribery (16%) as opposed to those without (28%).
From the 27% that said no, the following experienced bribery in the past 24 months.
yes 28% not sure 29% no 43%
From the 73% that said yes, the following experienced bribery In the past 24 months.
yes 16% not sure 21% no 63%
60% are somewhat prepared to respond to a regulatory probe; 28% well prepared
well prepared 28% somewhat prepared 60% not well prepared 8% no compliance program 4%
62% believe they have adequate controls to identify high risk business partners
yes 62% no 38%
67% feel they have adequate controls to identify suspicious disbursements
yes 67% no 33%
77% have an anti-bribery policy
yes 77% no 23%
Companies with dedicated anti-bribery policies reported less incidents of bribery (15%) as opposed to companies without (33%)
From the 77% that said yes, the following have experienced bribery In the past 24 months.
yes 15% no 60% not sure 25%
From the 23% that said no, the following have experienced bribery In the past 24 months.
yes 33% no 50% not sure 17%
81% have an independent mechanism for employees to report fraud and/or corruption, e.g. whistle-blower hotline
yes 81% no 19%

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