Tag: compliance

        Photo Credit: ITprogBlog This article originally appeared in the TFM Magazine, Volume 2 Number 13, 2018, p. 32 – 35. Read Part I here Empowering through knowledge One of the most identified risk areas for organisations regarding corruption is third-parties acting on behalf of their organisation. In many cases, a third-party… Read More

From left to right: Anna Kompanek, Gerry Zack, and Ken Jaques CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers podcast host Ken Jaques and CIPE’s Director of Global Programs Anna Kompanek, sat down with incoming CEO of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE), Gerry Zack. Zack discusses how fraud and compliance have evolved over the last 30… Read More

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Creative Commons France has long been criticized for falling short on enforcement of its international obligations to fight corruption abroad, including the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention that mandated member states to criminalize bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions. That changed with the introduction of Sapin II, a new law similar… Read More

Photo Credit: CIPE In recent years, compliance has become an increasingly complex landscape. The need for strong anti-corruption controls, both in multinationals’ own operations and extending to their suppliers, distributors, and agents in emerging markets, has been clearly evident. Significant enforcement actions under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the great majority of which… Read More

Photo Credit: SCCE “Compliance & Ethics Blog” A new podcast from the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE) features CIPE’s global anti-corruption work at a time when more and more countries are enacting legislation designed to restrict bribe-making and bribe-taking. In this edition of the weekly “Compliance Perspectives” podcast, host Adam Turteltaub, an SCCE… Read More

Photo Credit: Wikipedia The challenge of improving ethical standards in global supply chains begins with the complexity of today’s commodity networks. Richard Locke, responsible for supply chain management in such leading firms as Nike, Cola-Cola and HP, indicates current challenges come from two major shifts from supply chains in the past: changes in the geography… Read More

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