Corruption Risk Assessment
The corruption risk assessment (CRA) is the basis of an effective anti-corruption programme. Using the assessment, the necessary controls as prescribed by the Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) Guidelines on Adequate Procedures or ISO 37001 for anti-bribery management systems (ABMS) can be developed and tailored so that the corruption risks can be managed effectively.
Our depth of experience and expertise developed over years of practice equips us to conduct accurate and comprehensive assessments using internationally recognised methodologies based on ISO 31000 and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Corruption Risk Management (CRM) approach.
Some companies require a particularly intensive, deep-dive analysis of their corruption risks and controls, either as a stand-alone exercise or as the basis for their anti-corruption programme. To meet this requirement we recommend a Corruption Risk Management (CRM) assessment conducted by two of Malaysia’s leading experts, Mr Teh Chau Chin and Datin Radhika Nandrajog. Both Mr Teh and Datin Radhika have a Big 4 background but have also served with the MACC and helped developed the CRM methodology now used extensively in Malaysia and internationally.
Trident has conducted different types of corruption risk assessments for a range of organisations, from larger SMEs to some of Malaysia’s biggest companies operating across multiple countries.
Our expert and capable team is led by CEO Dr Mark Lovatt, a PECB-certified Lead Implementer of ISO 37001 with many years of experience in anti-corruption work, as well as our pool of leading anti-corruption and risk management consultants. Our portfolio is rich in companies we’ve worked with to establish effective integrity systems and related programmes.
Contact us today to explore how we can help you identify your bribery and corruption risks and prepare your company for corporate liability by effective adequate procedures or ISO 37001 implementation.