Having worked in the investigation, anti-corruption and counter procurement fraud environment for over 20 years and providing and developing training in these areas for the past 9 years I have seen many leaders struggle with the challenges of identifying and preventing corruption risk within their organisation.
One part of the challenge can be the lack of knowledge of corruption risk, where it can impact your organisation, who can be involved and the data sources that are available to detect these risks. Even a head of risk and director of finance in a national oil and gas organisation were unclear of how to introduce a framework to prevent bribery and corruption happening in the future.
Over the past 9 years we have consistently developed our training around the various typologies of corruption and associated risks. However, we were always limited to sharing our knowledge and making an impact one client at a time.
For a number of years we have looked at how we could maximise our knowledge sharing impact, share our expertise particularly at a national level. The ARRAN membership formed from this thinking so that we can maximise the impact for individuals and organisations.
It takes many years to develop expertise in the field of anti-corruption that might include knowledge of investigation, risk assessment, prevention and detection approach or how to build a strategic framework. Gaining access to global expertise with over 100 years of practical experience between them will ensure that your knowledge can be expedited to positively impact your organisation and the challenges you face.
The ARRAN membership was set up to assist professionals and leaders working in the anti-corruption environment get the knowledge and answers they need to build their approach to risk.