On 23 March 2022, the Bribery Prevention Network hosted a webinar with assistance from the Attorney-General’s Department, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Federal Police, Australian Trade and Investment Commission and Export Finance Australia.
The recording is now available to view here.
Australian SMEs that take their business to the world need to be alive to bribery and corruption risk in the jurisdictions where they operate. The Australian Government can offer advice and assistance in situations where businesses encounter risks to their operations, employees and their reputations.
In this webinar from the Bribery Prevention Network, hear from Austrade and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade representatives about how their agencies can provide assistance when businesses encounter requests for suspicious payments, and here practical tips and examples of reporting suspected foreign bribery from the Australian Federal Police.
The following resources are discussed in the webinar:
- Austrade Country Guides
- Attorney-General’s Department Procedures Guide
- UN Global Compact Network Australia Anti-Bribery Guidance for SMEs
- Attorney-General’s Department Training Module on Foreign Bribery
- Bribery Prevention Network Case Studies
- Transparency International Australia Resources
- Australian Federal Police Self Reporting Guides
- Attorney-General’s Department Facilitation Payment Defence Guides
- Austrade Facilitation Payment Guides
- Australian Federal Police Cooperation Guide for Companies
- Attorney-General’s Department Foreign Bribery ‘How to Report’ Information
- Information on Australia’s False Accounting Offence
- David Tonkin – Chief Counsel, Legal, Procurement & Fraud, Australian Trade and Investment Commission
- Jeldee Robertson – Coordinator Corporate Crime and Foreign Bribery, Crime Command, Australian Federal Police
- Grant Follett – Director, Transnational Crime Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- Kate Prior – Head of Compliance, Export Finance Australia