Ethisphere Establishes Preferred Provider Relationship with Navigant to Deliver Ethisphere Anti-Corruption Program Verification
Third Party Anti-Corruption Recognition Measures and Benchmarks Global Companies' Anti-Corruption Programs Versus Peers
“Navigant is pleased to offer our clients an additional benefit to their
anti-corruption due diligence program,” states
Navigant will serve as a licensed, credentialed partner of Ethisphere's Anti-Corruption Program Verification, which provides an objective, independent review and verification of companies' anti-corruption programs and initiatives, including a comprehensive review of policies, procedures, training, communication, controls and enforcement. Verified status is earned by companies that are able to prove their anti-corruption program is capable of reasonably detecting and preventing bribery and corruption within their organization.
"We're very excited to work with Navigant and to leverage their deep
anti-corruption expertise to support companies’ legal and compliance
teams in benchmarking their anti-corruption programs using Ethisphere’s
Anti-Corruption Program Verification," said
More information on Navigant’s services and the Anti-Corruption Program Verification can be found on Navigant’s website.
The research-based Ethisphere® Institute is a leading international
think tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best
practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility,
anti-corruption and sustainability.
Navigant (NYSE: NCI) is a specialized, global expert services firm
dedicated to assisting clients in creating and protecting value in the
face of critical business risks and opportunities. Through senior level
engagement with clients, Navigant professionals combine technical
expertise in Disputes and Investigations, Economics,
Navigant’s Global Investigations & Compliance practice brings critical expertise and resources to clients to assist them with identifying, assessing and managing the compliance and business risks related to financial economic crimes, money laundering, sanctions, bribery and corruption matters, investigative due diligence, and monitoring and investigations related to fraud, waste and abuse.
Aubrie Artiano, 602-553-1137
Amanda Mareci, 646-227-4379
Jennifer Moreno Reddick, 312-573-5634