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The Changing Global Anticorruption Legal Landscape - Dbriefs Poll Responses

Event Date: 05/09/12


Compared to one year ago, have corruption risks in emerging markets changed?
Votes Received: 1510

Yes, corruption risks have increased 737 48.8%
There has been no change 310 20.5%
Yes, corruption risks have significantly decreased 59 3.9%
NA/Don’t know 404 26.8%

In July 2012, one year after the UK Bribery Act enforcement began, will your company have changed its anti-corruption program to comply?
Votes Received: 1689

Yes 408 24.2%
No 374 22.1%
NA/Don’t know 907 53.7%

During the second half of 2012, do you think the number of executives charged individually with corruption violations will change? If yes, how?
Votes Received: 1708

Yes, it will increase 873 51.1%
No, there will be no change 338 19.8%
Yes, it will decrease 113 6.6%
NA/Don’t know 384 22.5%

As a result of the financial crisis, do you think the instances of corporate corruption have changed throughout the world?

Yes, instances of corruption have increased 899 62.6%
No, there has been no change 206 14.3%
Yes, instances of corruption have decreased 116 8.1%
NA/Don’t know 215 15.0%

One year after UK Bribery Act enforcement began, is your company concerned about a UK action being brought against your organization?
Votes Received: 1238

Yes 115 9.3%
No 704 56.9%
NA/Don’t know 419 33.8%

About the online poll: Deloitte polled more than 1,975 business professionals from the financial services, consumer and industrial products, technology, media and telecommunications, and other industries during a recent webcast titled, “Stress Testing Your Compliance Program.”

Results are aggregated without inclusion of Deloitte viewer responses.

As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Please see www.deloitte.com/us/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting.

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