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ISO 37001 – Not Quite A “Complete Yawner”

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A goal of FCPA Professor has always been to foster a forum for critical analysis and discussion of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related topics.

Consistent with this goal, today’s post is from Christopher Bell (Greenberg Traurig) responding in part to my October 2016 post titled “ISO 37001 Is A Complete Yawner.”

Bell was a member of the U.S. team involved in the negotiation and drafting of ISO 37001, has been involved in the negotiation and implementation of various ISO standards since the mid-1990s, and has decades of experience advising companies around the world on the evaluation and implementation of compliance systems.

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ISO 37001 Is A Complete Yawner

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Last week the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) released ISO 37001 anti-bribery management systems – requirements with guidance for use. (See here for ISO’s release and here for a summary document. To obtain the actual document you have to pay for it which I regret that I did).

One’s view of ISO 37001 likely depends on one’s background, experience and motivation.

If you are familiar with the numerous sources of best practices in the anti-bribery space, then ISO 37001 is a complete yawner, indeed a disappointment as several best practices are not even captured in the purported best practices document.

If you are not familiar with the numerous sources of best practices in the anti-bribery space, and/or you are seeking to market your compliance practice, then ISO 37001 is probably a big deal.

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