Designing an Anti-Corruption Compliance Program: A Guide for Canadian Businesses

All companies, large and small, are vulnerable to corruption, and the potential costs when they fail to combat corruption effectively in all its forms are considerable. The rapid development of rules of corporate governance in Canada and around the world is prompting companies to incorporate anti-corruption measures as part of their efforts to promote corporate sustainability, mitigate reputational risks, and protect the interests of their stakeholders.