We are pleased to announce that we are the first company to be accredited by COFRAC (having international recognition through the IAF) for the certification of anti-corruption management system (ISO 37001). This is an important step for us, attesting to the accuracy of our methodological choices, the competence of our auditors and our rigor. Looking… Read more »
EuroCompliance is a certification and training company dedicated to the prevention of corruption.
EuroCompliance support you in the compliance evaluation of the international regulations in the interest of continuous improvement of your anti-corruption programme.
Prevention of corruption has become a key element of international as well as local business relationships. It has been subject to major regulatory evolutions, such as US FCPA, UK Bribery Act, Sapin 2 Law, etc., plus many wider recommendations; TI business principles, ICC rules on combating corruption, and now standardisation with the adoption end of 2016 of the ISO 37001 standard.
EuroCompliance has certified the anti-bribery management system of the Group for all its businesses. The Crédit Agricole Group becomes the first bank to be ISO 37001 certified.
EuroCompliance President has contributed to the release “ISO 37001 and its prevention of corruption programme” / 04-05-17
Release “ISO 37001 and its prevention of corruption programme” in the lastest issue of the GRASCO (N)18 of April 2017
EuroCompliance signed the Global Compact; a United Nations initiative to encourage businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies. This reflects the Company’s commitment to the highest standards in EuroCompliance’s Code of Conduct.
EuroCompliance has awarded the Company Eurotradia International the certification ISO 37001 for its anti-bribery management system related to its International consulting and services activities.
The Law n° 2016-1691 on transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernisation of the economy. The so-called “Sapin 2” was published on 9 December 2016. The National Agency will ensure that companies with a workforce of over 500 and whose annual turnover exceeds €100 million put in place procedures to guard against the risk of corruption.