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Bribery: Identify Hidden Risks in Your Organization

Bribery is often covert, tricky to prevent, and notoriously tough to uncover. This book provides pragmatic information about fraud detection and anti-bribery controls. Learn how to promote compliance with anti‐corruption program requirements.

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Forensic accountants and fraud-focused auditors are often successful at detecting bribes, but it is difficult for generalist internal auditors to find such transactions through regular auditing techniques. Fortunately, many anti-bribery controls are also internal controls for sound, general practices. 

This book offers practical information and advice on: 

  • Third-party bribery
  • Legislative and regulatory considerations
  • Channels through which bribes may be made, concealed, or prevented
  • Anti-bribery controls over an organization’s expenditure, revenue, assets, and liabilities
  • Organizational whistleblowing hotlines
  • Anti-corruption compliance programs 

Fraud detection is not normally the primary purpose of internal auditing, yet it is an important subject that cannot be ignored. Internal auditors’ advice and recommendations can encourage management to introduce and maintain strong internal controls over bribery risks.

About the Author:

David O’Regan, CIA, FCA, is auditor general of the Pan American Health Organization in Washington, DC. His professional experience includes external auditing with Price Waterhouse (forerunner to PricewaterhouseCoopers) and internal auditing with United Technologies Corporation, Oxford University Press, and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

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Item Number: 10.1155

Forensic accountants and fraud-focused auditors are often successful at detecting bribes, but it is difficult for generalist internal auditors to find such transactions through regular auditing techniques. Fortunately, many anti-bribery controls are also internal controls for sound, general practices. 

This book offers practical information and advice on: 

  • Third-party bribery
  • Legislative and regulatory considerations
  • Channels through which bribes may be made, concealed, or prevented
  • Anti-bribery controls over an organization’s expenditure, revenue, assets, and liabilities
  • Organizational whistleblowing hotlines
  • Anti-corruption compliance programs 

Fraud detection is not normally the primary purpose of internal auditing, yet it is an important subject that cannot be ignored. Internal auditors’ advice and recommendations can encourage management to introduce and maintain strong internal controls over bribery risks.

About the Author:

David O’Regan, CIA, FCA, is auditor general of the Pan American Health Organization in Washington, DC. His professional experience includes external auditing with Price Waterhouse (forerunner to PricewaterhouseCoopers) and internal auditing with United Technologies Corporation, Oxford University Press, and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

Also available as an Ebook

Also available as a Downloadable PDF

Item Number: 10.1155

Products specifications
SKU 00111-02020101
Page Count 88
ISBN 9780894138171
Publication Year 2014
Item Number 10.1155