Kroll Managing Director Extracts Practical Lessons from 2013 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Survey

Forty seven percent of companies don’t train their third parties.  That was one of the key findings of a recent benchmarking survey released by Kroll and Compliance Week.  The companies asked more than 300 executives from companies with a median annual revenue of $3.5 billion and a median of more than 9,600 employees about their risks, resources and compliance programs.  The Anti-Corruption Report talked to Lonnie Keene, a Managing Director at Kroll, about the practical implications of the survey results, and what specific actions companies should take in response to the results.  For a discussion of additional benchmarking data from Kroll, see “Kroll Benchmarking Report Surveys State of FCPA Compliance at U.S. Multinationals” (Jun. 20, 2012).

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