The increasing demands of compliance and transparency are leading more and more groups and business sectors to estimate or measure the effectiveness of a program in terms of competitive and strategic issues.
To respond to this and since 2012, ADIT has been developing a repository of more than 200 checkpoints to issue a certification in line with the best international practices (ISO 37001) and incorporating the most recent recommendations of major anti-corruption authorities (American DoJ, British SFO, French AFA, etc.).
With its international competence and unparalleled experience, ADIT supports its clients when conducting compliance audits, either in the context of M&A transactions, to identify the shortcomings of a subsidiary or international entity, or to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of a group on these issues.
Composed of investigative specialists and lawyers, ADIT’s compliance teams formulate recommendations and implement corrective actions. The certification, auditing and monitoring activities also call on a panel of experts who are internationally recognized in their field and sit on an advisory board.
Country Guides - Multinational Company
It is essential to have the best knowledge possible of a country’s legislative, regulatory and case laws characteristics and specificities, as well as of its customs, for a compliant business approach of each market. Therefore, a major player in the aerospace industry trusts ADIT with the drafting of “Country guides” which will allow it to gather a set of rules regarding the prevention of bribery, and identify and regulate the risks involved, on different countries.
These guides describe the legislation in regards to corruption, the regulations governing public tenders, the laws and practices regarding the use of business consultants in the relevant country and the rules on gifts and hospitality.
This information have to help the operational teams to make a decision complying with the current laws, rules and customs.
ADIT tailors the “Country guides” to the specific sector and needs of each company.
Ethical Alert - Outsourcing
An entity specialized in waste recycling and processing has requested ADIT’s help in order to implement an ethics alert system adapted to the size and organization of the Group and complying with the Sapin II law.
First, the Business Ethics Department conceived the system (organizational scheme, reporting channel, scope, etc.) and the outsourced methods to gather these alerts, notably with the drafting of a form available to the staff.
The second phase of the mission focused on the implementation of the alert system within the Group, particularly by helping with the communication regarding the alert system and the preparation of an internal process adapted to the Group’s organization.
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