Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition
Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 5.9 x 1 inches
The comprehensive handbook on fighting bribery and financial crime, and ensuring compliance with anti-bribery regulation
As a senior company executive, you have a responsibility to ensure your company’s compliance with the latest anti-bribery law. This comprehensive handbook provides the practical, jargon-free guidance you need on anti-corruption and anti-bribery policies. It includes a manual of practical steps and strategies to help you confidently combat financial crime and bribery in your organization.
Backed up by numerous case studies, the handbook sets out the issues you need to be aware of for compliance with current anti-corruption legislation and shows you how to apply that knowledge within your organization.
The Anti-bribery and Financial Crime Handbook includes a helpful toolkit of supporting materials-templates, checklists, audit programs, and a bribery risk matrix-to allow you to benchmark your legal compliance work, provide evidence of your compliance, and to conduct a Financial Crime Risk Audit. It provides authoritative guidance on how to put in place the key controls, systems, procedures and documentation to ensure full legal compliance with the latest regulations relevant to your operations.
- Written by a foremost expert in the field-the author, Monica Bond, has a background in both law and forensic accounting and auditing and is active in training and consultancy for Central Law Training, the Integrity Commission, and international governmental bodies
- Contents include prevention techniques and ways to maximize financial recovery
- Covers gifts and corporate hospitality, whistle-blowing polices and procedures
If your company does not comply with the new international anti-bribery legislation, you could face penalties and remediation costs as well as possible prison sentences. The Anti-bribery and Financial Crime Handbook is your authoritative guide for peace of mind.
About the Authors
Monica Bond BA LLB FCIS ACA MAE CFA is regarded as a foremost expert in Anti-Money Laundering issues and fraud. Monica is both a solicitor and Chartered Accountant as well as a Certified Fraud Examiner. She has been Managing Director of Bond Associates since its formation in 1999, but her experience as a forensic accountant goes back more than 20 years.
At Deloite & Touche (formerly Touche Ross) in the late 1980′ and early 1990’s she was involved in the famous case of Dr Hashim -v- Arab Monetary Fund where she formed part of the forensic accounting team that supported this major litigation involving the former head of the Arab Monetary Fund who had fled Iraq where his family were brutally persecuted.
In 1992, Monica became Head of Forensic Services (west Region) at KPMG where she continued to focus on litigation support. During her period at KPMG she was closely involved with major fraud matters including Polly Peck, BCCI and Banco Ambrosiano.
in 1994 Monica joined Grant Thornton as Forensic Services partner and was closely involved in the major timeshare fraud case involving John Palmer. Ultimately this resulted in his conviction and recovery actions that continue to this day. In 1994 Monica was the author of the Accountants Digest on Money Laundering, published by the Institute of Chartered Accountants. Since that time she has become a leading expert on anti-money laundering policy and procedures. She has lectured throughout the world, particularly in South America where she lectured on behalf of the US Treasury and more recently in the Middle East.