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