CPA Global has a zero tolerance policy toward bribery and corruption in any form. Conditions of employment require all personnel to comply with this anti-bribery policy and the anti-bribery programme.
Any and all personnel who do not adhere to this policy and programme requirements will be disciplined, up to and including termination. In addition any person or organisation (third party) working with or on behalf of CPA Global must abide by CPA Global’s anti-bribery policy, which is designed to prevent, detect, and address bribery, as well as meet the requirements of the ISO - 37001 - Anti - Bribery Management Systems standards.
All prohibitions against bribery and corruption should be interpreted broadly. More specific prohibitions and guidance are provided in CPA Global’s Code of Business Ethics and Corporate Conduct. Any questions or concerns related to this anti-bribery policy or potential bribery can be asked of the Company’s Compliance group. Employees and third parties are encouraged to contact the Compliance group directly by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the company’s Whistleblowing site.
We are a global organisation representing customers’ interests in 200 jurisdictions around the world. Reputation and trust are critically important to us. The trust of our customers, business partners, suppliers, as well as the authorities and communities in countries where we operate.
The Compliance team oversees a Code of Business Ethics and Corporate Conduct that applies to all of the Company’s directors, officers and employees, contractors, temporary staff, and consultants. The Code underlines our ongoing commitment to upholding the highest levels of ethics and personal integrity in all our global business dealings, and is actively promoted through a comprehensive training and certification programme for employees.
The team also has oversight of our Regulatory Trade Compliance policy and programme which is designed to ensure compliance with bribery and corruption laws, export control, economic sanctions, boycott laws/regulations, data privacy protection, and Company policy anywhere in the world. Proactive measures include restricted-party screening, expense monitoring, IP agent anti-bribery training, third party due diligence activities, and a Whistleblowing Policy with established procedures to report actual or suspected incidents of corporate misconduct, including an independent hotline. Over the few last years, the Compliance team has delivered online Anti-Bribery and Corruption training for a number of CPA Global’s preferred IP agents around the world and produced numerous third party, anti-bribery due diligence reports.
24 July 2020