There has never been a time when compliance with ethical standards and recognised anti-corruption practices enjoyed such a high profile. Shareholder activism has seen corporate governance moving up the agenda on both sides of the Atlantic. And in the UK the arrival of the Bribery Act has served to focus attention on these questions in businesses of all sizes.
There is no debate about the need to ensure that each business has policies and procedures to deter malpractice. The discussion starts when a company has to decide how to go about meeting these external pressures.
- Pulling Europe Back from the Brink of Corruption Crisis
- UK on the Trail of Bribery at Home & Abroad
- Mapping Global Fraud & Corruption
- How to Create a Compliance Culture
- The Cost of Failing to Manage Third-Party Corruption Risk