The global fight against corruption has intensified significantly over the past 25 years. One need only look at the history of corruption to gain an understanding of the contagion we face and the measures that have been, and continue to be, introduced in an attempt to combat corruption.
South Arica is a prime example of the damage that corruption does to an economy. Billions of rand designed to provide services to the poor, create employment, improve healthcare and education has been embezzled through different means of corruption.
There are two opposing views as to whether these measures have actually had any impact on corruption and/or money laundering. There are also still many people who see no wrong or harm in corrupt activities.
As an exercise in human behaviour, raise the question of paying bribes to government and/or traffic officials at your next dinner party or braai and gauge the response.
MBSE’s course on Anti-bribery: How to be corruption free, provides a better understanding of the importance of combatting bribery and corruption.
|1.||The importance of combating bribery and corruption|
|2.||The many forms of bribery and corruption|
|3.||The ABC policy|
|4.||Local and international bribery and corruption legislation|
After completion of this course you will be able to:
|●||Recognise bribes or facilitation fees as well as other forms of corruption|
|●||Draft an anti-bribery policy|
|●||Understand local anti-bribery and corruption legislation|
|●||Work with international anti bribery and corruption legislation|
|●||Understand the importance of whistleblowing and a whistleblowing policy|
Who should attend:
Financial advisors, FSPs, business owners, key individuals, representatives, compliance officers.
FSCA CPD Hours:
This course has been approved for 3.15 FSCA CPD hours.
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