A new TRACE SME membership for companies with fewer than 250 employees

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Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly under pressure to implement anti-bribery and other compliance policies and procedures that meet evolving regulatory requirements and align with those of their multinational business partners. As sales agents, suppliers and distributors often in high-risk markets or industries, SMEs are highly vulnerable to corruption and disproportionately affected by the growing demand for supply chain compliance.

Membership in TRACE can help you launch a compliance program; stay informed of the latest best practices, enforcement trends and regulatory changes; and demonstrate your commitment to commercial transparency.

Why Join TRACE

Navigate Helps you navigate global compliance requirements and build a culture of compliance
On Computer 2 Enables you to easily deploy and manage compliance training and provide business partners with your training certifications
Teach  Facilitates professional development for the manager(s) of your compliance program
 Low Cost Provides a low-cost alternative to ISO 37001 while helping you meet international compliance standards 
 Community Offers community, access to potential business partners and a competitive advantage


TRACE SME members pay an annual membership fee and commit to a high level of transparency in their commercial transactions. Members are required to sign a membership agreement, provide business registration and implement a Code of Conduct, for which we provide a model upon request.




To learn more, write to [email protected]


TRACE does not provide legal advice, due diligence or compliance certifications. Membership is designed to help companies implement widely accepted best practices.