Tag: whistleblowers

This blog is the latest in an Anti-Corruption & Governance Center (ACGC) series taking a look at corruption and COVID-19. So far, the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic has not fully shifted from the more developed world to the world’s poorest and least prepared countries. When it does, international organizations like the International Monetary Fund… Read More

Photo credit: Flickr For years, France has faced international criticism for its loose enforcement towards corruption. As a result, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has imposed severe sanctions on French companies. On November 8, 2016, France sealed the first step in a renewed campaign to tackle the problem of corruption by adopting a new… Read More

By Matthew Stephenson This blog appeared originally on May 24, 2016 on The Global Anti-Corruption Blog. It is re-posted here with permission. In my two posts last week (here and here), I attempted to go through all of the 41 country statements submitted by the participants in the London Anticorruption Summit held earlier this month, to… Read More

Anwar Hashmi is a Senior Consultant within Global Ethics & Compliance at Integrity Leadership Partners, LLC  in the Washington DC Metro Area. He has over 14 years of experience in designing, developing, and implementing Global Ethics Programs at Tata Steel, a global Fortune 500 company and Tata Group’s flagship company. Hashmi has been associated with… Read More

Whistleblowers can be one of the most effective ways for companies to find out about and address potential ethical and legal violations, making them an important part of any anti-corruption compliance effort. Recently, the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) conducted a survey on helpline calls and incidents reports. The survey, based on 677… Read More