A strong anti-corruption programme – why have it and how to recognise it?

Ever-growing demands on compliance with anti-corruption regulations bring new challenges related to bribery and corruption. Practical examples will show you how to introduce an efficient anti-corruption programme with a positive effect on the fulfilment of your company’s strategic and business goals.

Tomáš Procházka

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Course fee: 3 800,- CZK ex. VAT

Who are the intended participants?

  • Compliance specialists.
  • Managers who are exposed to risks associated with bribery and corruption as part of their everyday activities.
  • Internal auditors and internal audit department staff, e.g. risk management department staff engaged in the set up and review of a company’s internal audit environment.
  • Corporate governance specialists and corporate lawyers.


  • Relevant global and local legal regulations, best practice standards and principles to be applied to your anti-corruption programme.
  • Corporate compliance tools; importance, goals and benefits of an anti-corruption programme.
  • Critical aspects of introducing an anti-corruption programme.  
  • Assessing the efficiency of an anti-corruption programme.
  • Current trends, practical experience and examples.


By participating in the course, you will:

  • Receive important information on introducing an anti-corruption programme and assessing its efficiency.  
  • Be able to more effectively prevent corruption and corruptive behaviour in your company and thus prevent related damage.
  • Be able to identify risk factors indicating possible corruption behaviour on time.
  • Learn how to effectively respond to bribery and corruption and to adopt relevant corrective measures to eliminate additional damage to your company.

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