Corruption Risk Mapping in Kenya’s Private Sector

03.24.2021 | Case Studies | Charles Otieno

This is a report on the Corruption Risk Mapping (CRM) and Anti-Bribery Compliance Assessment conducted in November 2018 in the Private Sector on behalf of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA).

The study mapped out the risk of corruption to businesses operating in Kenya and with the purpose of providing useful data to help businesses identify and evaluate their corruption risk. It focused on all sectors and industries including all aspects of business operations. The findings in this report will inform the development of guidelines for complying with the Kenya Bribery Act 2016 outlining the principles for operationalizing corruption risk mitigation procedures in companies and business operations.