The Scope Of Anti Corruption Compliance
Anti Corruption Compliance is a process whereby auditors sort out anomalies and financial mismanagement that can fall in the category of corruption. Due to the increase in fraud, bribery, and movement of money through illegal channels using money laundering, the anti-corruption drive is in full swing. There are several provisions in the anti-corruption policies and monitoring and the compliance process checks that all business financial transactions are not violating any anti-corruption laws and regulations. The auditors have individual rights under litigation to initiate an anti-corruption drive in any commercial entity which may or may not be a part of a government run organization. Failure to comply with the anti-corruption policy will lead to many regulatory actions including the penalization of business and criminal prosecution. All companies are required to follow the state terms to conduct their financial transaction and discourage any malpractices in financial dealings.