Quick Guide 3: Integrity and anti-corruption compliance for SMEs
Gemma Aiolfi, Head of Compliance and Collective Action, explains that anti-corruption compliance doesn’t have to be complicated. Even small and mid-sized companies can easily build the basics of an effective anti-corruption compliance programme.
Find out five simple things a business leader can do to raise integrity in an organisation.
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