The forum addresses bribery risks in the region and takes a detailed look at the anti-bribery landscape in countries including the South Africa, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Malawi and other jurisdictions crucial to operations in Southern Africa.
The 2013 programme provides practical insights on third party due diligence, preventing joint venture pitfalls, conducting internal investigations, building a culture of compliance whilst adhering to varying local customs and local content requirements, implementing robust financial controls, complying with the BEE Act while preventing corruption and fraud in public procurement and other critical anti-bribery compliance issues
KPMG is delighted to be associated with this premier event. KPMG Forensic has a global network of over 1900 professionals focussed on reducing reputational risk and commercial loss using technology, accounting, investigation, economics and deep industry skills alongside consistent global methodologies on investigations, expert quantum work, anti-bribery and anti-money laundering compliance, and fraud management.
The firm regularly publishes a bi-annual KPMG Africa Fraud Barometer report, which looks at the prevalence of fraud and corruption in Africa.
KPMG Africa Fraud Barometer No. 2 for 1 January 2012 to 30 June 2012
Countries in Africa have generally been perceived by foreign investors to be all alike. There has been a commonly held view that all countries in Africa have the same bad track record regarding fraud and corruption. The KPMG Africa Fraud Barometer No. 2 identifies clear differences between countries in this regard.
KPMG Africa Fraud Barometer No. 3 for 1 July 2012 to 31 December 2012
Are we winning the battle against fraud and corruption in Africa? Or are fewer fraud cases being reported with higher monetary values? The value of the cases reported during the period 1 July 2012 to 31 December 2012 is US$3.2 billion more than the previous period. The KPMG Africa Fraud Barometer No. 3 reports continuous decrease of fraud risk when investing in Africa.