Bribery and corruption can be undertaken using numerous methods, ranging from the simple to the complex. This subject will explain and demonstrate some of the common methods used to make and hide a corrupt payment, including the use of intermediaries, nominees, offshore corporations, countries with secrecy laws together with various payment methods.
It is difficult if not impossible to prepare an anti-bribery and corruption risk assessment without understanding the most common methods used to pay a bribe. Knowledge of the common bribery methods improves the effectiveness of existing internal controls, and significantly boosts the capability of managers, staff, anti-bribery and corruption compliance officers and internal and external auditors to detect and prevent corruption. The common methods used to pay a bribe or to commit corruption should be incorporated into risk management plans.
In this webinar, we learn:
* Common methods used to pay a bribe
* Use of secrecy jurisdictions in bribery & corruption
* Involvement of nominees and intermediaries in the corruption process
* Understanding common bribery methods enhances anti-bribery & corruption compliance programmes
Chris Douglas is the owner of Malkara Consulting a consultancy firm that specialises in the provision of training and advice in relation to money laundering, terrorist financing, corruption and bribery and financial investigations. Chris served with the Australian Federal Police for over 31 years in intelligence and operational units in Sydney and Perth. With the AFP he was involved in the conduct of investigations into drug trafficking, people smuggling, human trafficking, organised crime, corruption, terrorist financing and significant fraud upon the Australian Government. He has extensive experience in the investigation of money laundering, terrorist financing and in the application of proceeds of crime legislation.
As a financial crime consultant Chris works in Australia, Asia, and Africa. He has delivered money laundering and anti-corruption training to most police forces and anti-corruption bodies in Australia.For 3 years Chris designed and delivered financial investigation training and mentored agencies in Nigeria on behalf of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Chris has a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Degree, a Graduate Certificate in Applied Management, and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist. He is a graduate of the 73rd Police Management Development Program from the Australian Institute of Police Management and has completed a Triad Course and a Financial Investigation Course with the Hong Kong Police in Hong Kong.
In June 2012, Chris received during the Queen’s Birthday Honours Awards the Australian Police Medal for distinguished service in the field of investigations and management of economic crime and special operations and for the delivery of financial investigation training within Australia and overseas. The APM is the highest police award that can be earned by a police officer in Australia.
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