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La lutte contre le dumping et la corruption est nécessaire pour une entreprise. Les soupçons de corruption peuvent ternir la réputation de votre entreprise, réputation qu'il a fallu des années pour bâtir. Les organisations mondiales comme l'Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques et les gouvernements exigent de plus en plus, par leurs réglementations, de lutter contre la corruption.

Comment les institutions financières luttent-elles contre la corruption ?


Convention de l'OCDE sur la lutte contre la corruption
La Convention de l'OCDE sur la lutte contre la corruption établit des normes juridiquement contraignantes pour ériger en infraction pénale la corruption d'agents publics étrangers dans les transactions commerciales internationales. Elle prévoit également plusieurs mesures pour mettre en oeuvre efficacement ses dispositions.

C'est le premier et le seul instrument international de lutte contre la corruption qui vise à "offrir" des pots-de-vin à des agents publics étrangers.


Les 36 pays membres de l'OCDE et huit pays non membres - Afrique du Sud, Argentine, Brésil, Bulgarie, Colombie, Costa Rica, Pérou et Russie - ont adopté cette Convention.

Quand peut-on parler de corruption ?

Lorsqu'une personne (par exemple un agent public) entache des activités en acceptant des pots-de-vin pour défendre les intérêts des individus en utilisant leur autorité et leur statut. Le paiement ou la promesse de paiement à un tiers par l'entreprise est de la corruption.
La corruption peut prendre de nombreuses formes : pot-de-vins, fraude (par exemple, falsification de données), extorsion, détournement de fonds, favoritisme.

Chaque programme de conformité de l'entreprise devrait inclure des détails sur la façon de traiter les incidents de corruption. La protection d'une entreprise et de sa réputation est primordiale.
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