Managing corruption risk in overseas markets
As part of our series on managing the risks of exporting, we are pleased to welcome Brook Horowitz, Managing Director of Culture of Business and Cuneyt Eti, Managing Director of Sius Consulting for a webinar on corruption risk in high-growth markets.
Brook and Cuneyt discuss how exporters can manage the risks of bribery and corruption in emerging and developing markets, especially outside the EU.
- What precisely are the corruption risks?
- How can you avoid paying a bribe?
- What do you do if someone in your company engages in illicit activity?
- How can exporting with integrity be turned into a competitive advantage even in markets with a high level of corruption?
These questions – and more – are addressed by Brook and Cuneyt, with live examples from their experience working in emerging and developing markets.
Brook Horowitz is a consultant in international trade who has worked in many of the emerging markets and was with GE in Russia and Eastern Europe throughout most of the nineties. He is Director of Special Projects with the Institute of Export.
Cuneyt Eti is a consultant in fraud prevention who has worked with EY in Turkey.
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