Fighting corruption in the private sector in Greece
Fighting corruption in the private sector in Greece
January 2018

Nobody remains untouched by corruption, including the private sector, from the smallest entrepreneur to the largest multinational enterprise. Corruption cannot be defeated without the active contribution of the private sector. This guidance can help Greek companies achieve the goal of implementing effective anticorruption compliance measures.

The guidance adapts existing national and international guidance to the Greek context, keeping in mind that small and-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) make up 99.9% of Greek enterprises and account for 87.3% of employment.

Key information
Public procurement contracts should contain “no corruption” warranties
Public procurement contractors should be required to develop internal controls, compliance measures and anti-corruption programmes
Companies seeking officially supported export credits should undertake in writing not to engage in bribery