Posted By Rachel Alembakis on in Corporate Reporting, Fund Management, Governance, Top News

While Australian and New Zealand organisations recognise the reputational, financial and cultural risks of incidents of bribery and corruption, their response to managing those risks are “slow, compared to others worldwide,” according to Deloitte.

Deloitte Australian Forensic leader Chris Noble

Deloitte recently released the Deloitte Bribery and Corruption Survey 2017, a follow up on their 2015 survey. According to the survey, most respondents say reputation is the biggest risk for organisations whether domestic (65%) or international (70%). Conflict of interest was the most common type of domestic corruption at 21%, up almost 10% from Deloitte’s 2015 survey, followed by inappropriate gifts and hospitality (13%) 

 

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Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.

Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

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