Getting serious about anti-bribery
Advice for Thales UK on anti-bribery management systems
We helped the UK subsidiary of global and regional aerospace, space and defence, security and transportation company Thales Group to design and implement an anti-bribery management system consistent with the ISO37001 standard.
Thales UK is a leader in business ethics and constantly striving to improve its anti-bribery management systems. Interchange consultant Claire Ward carried out an in-depth gap analysis of all Thales UK’s anti-bribery policies and processes. In tandem, we interviewed a wide range number of senior managers.
We provided a detailed report including practical advice on how the company could implement an improved anti-bribery management system certifiable to ISO37001 or any future anti-bribery management system standard including ISO37001. Thales UK responded positively to our recommendations, implementing them appropriately.
In earlier work with Thales UK, we advised on a supply chain project that had all the complexities of multi-stakeholders and cross-industry participation and more recently conducted a company-wide survey and designed a novel code of ethics for both employees and external associated persons.
For over 40 years, Thales UK has played a major part in the Thales Group’s global vision to make people, property and information safer and more secure. Thales UK researches, develops, manufactures and supplies technology and services to meet the most complex security requirements for the UK’s aerospace, defence, security and transportation sectors.
What Thales UK says
“Working with John and his team at Interchange has been an absolute pleasure. The service we received was professional and the recommendations practical and to the point.”
Michael Seabrook, company secretary, Thales UK