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Compliance Received a World Bank Audit Letter?  Here’s what to do.

Received a World Bank Audit Letter? Here’s what to do.

November 6, 2020 Christopher Kim and Joshua Ray

For companies receiving WBG financing, this may increase chances of receiving an “audit letter” from the INT. Audit letters (per the terms of WBG bidding, contract and/or loan documents) provide INT with broad scope of review and/or oversight of documents related to the World Bank bidding and/or contract process including making requests for documents and employees involved in the World Bank procurement process available to be interviewed. In the same way as an SEC Well’s Notice signals focused regulatory interest, an audit letter may be the first signal for a company about an INT investigation.

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