KPMG Forensic has a full suite of services related to helping organizations prevent, detect, and respond to Anti-Bribery and Corruption concerns.
KPMG Forensic has a full suite of services related to helping organizations prevent,..
KPMG Forensic delivers a full suite of services related to helping organizations prevent, detect, and respond to Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) concerns. Our extensive credentials in this area range from proactive compliance-oriented services to event-driven matters such as investigations and the implementation of remedial action plans.
Through thoughtful and timely execution of these services, clients can prevent and mitigate the risk of non-compliance with ABC laws and regulations, such as fines, penalties, sanctions, civil liability, and reputational harm.
KPMG Forensic provides assistance that is essential to managing risk under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act 2010 and the Anti-Corruption laws of numerous other countries.
We assist clients by providing prevention measures that include risk assessments, the evaluation of program controls and governance structures, third-party screening and acquisition due diligence, and training programs in a variety of formats.
The five biggest ABC challenges
ABC Compliance is an ongoing journey, whereby we assist companies with a suite of tools designed to promote ABC Compliance.
Roadmap to compliance
We assist the company to develop a comprehensive ABC Compliance programme in line with relevant legislation and available guidelines. We can tailor-make these service to address a client's specific ABC compliance requirements.
Section 34 – The Duty to Report Corrupt Transactions
The Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act, Act12 of 2004 (“PRECCA”) has made it a requirement to report certain actual or suspected crimes. This memorandum sets out high level guidance for public officials, executives, non-executive directors and audit committees to understand the reporting obligations. We have included information provided by the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI also known as the HAWKS) and practical observations by KPMG Forensic gained from assisting organisations to make reports under PRECCA.