United Kingdom


  • Service: Advisory, Risk Consulting
  • Type: Survey report
  • Date: 01/06/2011

Global anti-bribery and corruption survey 2011 

Our survey finds that the majority of U.K. compliance executives say bribery and corruption remains part of doing business in some countries.
Global anti-bribery and corruption survey 2011
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The survey highlights include:



  • Two in five U.K. and U.S. organisations with written anti-bribery and corruption policies do not distribute them to agents, distributors, vendors, brokers, joint-venture partners or suppliers.
  • Three in five companies with such compliance programs that incorporate employee training do not require any third-party representatives to participate in the training.
  • Nearly one in four U.K. and one in three U.S. companies require training less than once a year.
  • Three in five companies do not exercise “right to audit clauses” in third party contracts.
  • 10 percent of the U.K. companies and more than half of the U.S companies do not obtain periodic compliance certifications from those with whom they do business in other countries.