On 28 February, the Basel Institute on Governance said in a guest blog that SME are the backbone of many countries’ economies. They represent 99% of all businesses in the OECD area, generating about 60% of employment and totalling between 50% and 60% of value added. However, they are particularly at risk of corruption and foreign bribery. The OECD Toolkit builds upon extensive background research and interviews with specialists from all over the world. It provides examples and case studies of successful tools which government authorities, international organisations, business and civil society organisations, professional associations, and large companies have adopted to assist SME in understanding their risk exposure and implementing adequate anti-corruption measures.