Anti-Bribery & Corruption

Anti-Bribery & Corruption

The battle against illegal money flows is a growing challenge. KPMG helps you develop effective and successful measures for prevention.

KPMG helps during the development of measures for the battle against illegal money flows.

Bribery and corruption weaken the economy, state and society. Business leaders and politicians are aware that progress is only possible in the battle against illegal money flows if cooperation exists between the public and the private sectors. The battle against these transgressions has become even more challenging in recent years. Companies face tighter anti-corruption regulations as governments broaden the scope of legislation or introduce new provisions. And companies must understand the different levels of corruption risk at each local level. In our Anti-Bribery & Corruption practice, KPMG has a network of 3,000 committed specialists in 50 countries and is in a strong position to help companies and organizations prevent illegal business practices or respond to them effectively.
 

KPMG's expertise

  • We support our clients in preventing, uncovering and handling misconduct, fraud, white-collar crime and rule violations.
  • Our methodology focusses on developing a solid compliance program – tailored to the respective size and risk factors of the company.
  • We help your company to respond to official inquiries or investigations.
  • We assist in the implementation and assessment of new or existing third-party risk management systems
  • We offer an FCPA and UK Bribery Act anti-bribery and anti-corruption check

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News

Media Release: KPMG Forensic Fraud Barometer

Swiss courts tried 57 cases of white-collar crime in 2016.

Key contacts

Data Dashboards for Anti-Bribery

Presenting information through intuitive, interactive dashboards.

 
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e-Discovery

To review evidence and disclose material.

 
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Profile of a Fraudster

The characteristics of a typical white-collar offender in Switzerland.

 
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