Role and responsibilities of Compliance Teams during the crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic
Organizations are currently facing a series of unprecedented challenges that require a number of strategic and timely decisions to be taken based on the systematic analysis of the associated risks to which they are exposed. These decisions should be taken in such a way that it is possible to (i) guarantee their continuity, (ii) respond, as much as possible, to the different requirements and expectations of interested parties or stakeholders, and simultaneously, (iii) safeguard the principles and values that are the foundations of their corporate identity.
Mindful of the importance of understanding the role allocated to compliance teams by organizations as part of their crisis management, and the principle challenges they face, this document presents the results of a survey carried out by the Anti-Corruption Institute within the framework of the Latin American Compliance Network.
Criteria for Exposed Positions at Risk of Bribery
Mindful of the requirement for organizations to define objective criteria from which it is possible to identify any positions that are particularly exposed and at risk of bribery, this document presents the results of a survey carried out within the framework of the Latin American Compliance Network (RedLAC), who sought to identify guidelines that experts working in risk and compliance should deploy.
The Anticorruption Institute and the Latin American Compliance Network publishes a document on Best Practice for the Relationship between Public Officials and Companies
The study “Best Practices for the Relationship between Public Officials and Companies” presents guidelines for those companies that belong to the Latin American Compliance Network who are looking to promote greater integrity in the relationship between the private and public sectors. It also explores how best to mitigate the risks to which member companies of the Network are exposed when it comes to the relationship between their representatives and different agents of the State, so that all activity is conducted in-line with the criteria of ethics, transparency and integrity.
Best Practices on Safe Reporting and Denouncements
Reporting and the management of denouncements are hugely important elements within the Ethics Program of any organization, because they enable the prevention, identification and punishment of irregularities associated with their operation and the relationship with different stakeholders.
In light of this, the guide to Best Practices on Safe Reporting and Denouncements outlines the correct implementation and administration and of this policy so as to increase its effectiveness within the organization.