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This resource is designed to assist stakeholders to ask the right questions and hold those responsible for commissioning, selecting and financing public infrastructure to account. The tool provides a practical, easily applicable roadmap to identify and mitigate red-flag corruption hotspots during the process of project selection.
This guide from the Australian Federal Police sets out the importance of self-reporting and the practical steps for companies to self-report possible criminal conduct. It covers when to report, what information to include in the report, and the AFP's investigation process.
Australian SMEs that take their business to the world need to be alive to bribery and corruption risks 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. Learn practical tips from Australian Government representatives on how to prevent, detect and address bribery in-country.
A common perception is that bribery is required to succeed in business. This article helps managers to challenge that perception by setting out four practical strategies for businesses to prevent bribery. These include putting a resistance plan in place, building the cost of avoiding bribery into business projections, avoiding markets with high bribery risk and modifying performance-based incentives.
How the Australian Securities and Investments Commission deals with reports of misconduct
by Australian Securities and Investments Commission
As Australia's corporate, markets and financial services regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is cable of receiving reports of misconduct. This resource outlines how ASIC assesses reports of misconduct, what it does with such reports, how it communicates with a person who makes a misconduct report, and other issues including confidentiality and whistleblowing. It also includes a link on how to report misconduct to ASIC.
The United Kingdom's Serious Fraud Office provides an index of publicly listed enforcement actions, including matters related to foreign bribery. Access brief overviews of bribery-related cases that include the nature of the investigation, date of the investigation announcement, status of the case and associated case press releases. Cases are classified under criminal investigations, proceeds of crime, and deferred prosecution agreements.