Developing a TIGHTer approach to corruption risk

May 2011
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Developing a TIGHTer approach to corruption risk

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The TIGHT methodology considers risk factors such as Type of official interactions, Industry, Geography, History, Tone at the Top, Training, Third Party interactions, and Transaction Controls.

Organizations can perform a formal, documented anti-corruption risk assessment using risk factors represented by the acronym TIGHT. The TIGHT methodology considers risk factors such as Type of official interactions, Industry, Geography, History, Tone at the Top, Training, Third Party interactions, and Transaction Controls. Regulatory expectations of compliance programs across the globe are increasing in sophistication and extent—TIGHT specifically addresses these expectations.