A Conversation With Jeff Johnson of Cargill About Risk Assessments

Most practitioners know that anti-corruption risk assessments are crucial to robust compliance programs, and are expected by regulators, but efficient methods of performing these assessments that address business as well as legal and compliance concerns can be elusive. Jeffrey Johnson, compliance lead for anti-bribery, competition and trade sanctions at Cargill, spoke with the Anti-Corruption Report about how the company has structured its recent anti-corruption risk assessment, and its approach as it embarks on a global compliance risk assessment. See “Conducting Effective Anti-Corruption Risk Assessments: An Interview With David Simon, Partner at Foley & Lardner” (Nov. 20, 2013); and “An Interview With Kevin Bennett, Managing Director, Forensic and Valuation Services, at Grant Thornton” (Dec. 4, 2013).

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