The OECD, together with Greece and the European Commission, has developed a series of documents to help fight corruption in the private sector in Greece. These documents provide measures to prevent companies from engaging in corrupt behaviour and to promote business integrity and trust. They are a contribution to the Greece-OECD project for technical support on anti-corruption.
These Guidelines have been developed to help companies in Greece implement effective compliance measures to tackle corruption and bribery. They also contain recommendations on how the public and private sector can work together to ensure the fight against corruption is sustainable.
This document analyses corruption risks in Greece. It also provides guidance to companies in Greece to help them successfully conduct a risk assessment and implement effective anti-corruption measures based on the results of the risk assessment.
These Guidelines are designed to assist companies in Greece in developing and implementing effective internal reporting mechanisms. The Guidelines reflect current international standards and good practices in whistleblower protection and should also be relevant and adaptable for companies operating in numerous jurisdictions.
This document provides a comprehensive review and gap analysis of the existing legal framework in Greece with regard to whistleblower protection in the private sector. It also provides legislative proposals that take into account international standards on whistleblower protection as well as insights and approaches from other Parties to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, with a focus on countries that have enacted standalone, comprehensive whistleblower protection legislation.
This project has received EU funding