15 June 2023
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
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.