The commercial organisation should assess the nature and extent of its exposure to potential external and internal risks of bribery on its behalf by persons associated with it. This assessment should be periodic, informed and documented.*
(*adapted from the UK Ministry of Justice, Guidance on the Bribery Act 2010)
Our survey found that fewer than twenty percent of companies have never conducted an anti-bribery risk assessment. Companies who have conducted an anti-bribery risk assessment reported fewer incidents of bribery as opposed to those who have not.