China’s amendment of the 1993 Anti-Unfair Competition Law is a signal that Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive is being extended to private-sector businesses. Companies should review anti-bribery policies and controls to avoid violating the new rules
A retired US federal prosecutor reveals how the Department of Justice decides whether or not to charge a firm with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, insights that give CFOs a roadmap on what to do to avoid litigation and massive fines
More than two-thirds of the promises made by states and organizations to fight corruption at the May 2016 London Anti-Corruption Summit are now either complete or have seen progress, according to a report by Transparency International.
Ninety-three percent of respondents to the EY Asia-Pacific (APAC) Fraud Survey 2017 say they want to work for a compliant organization but are confused about what’s expected of them because compliance policies lack clarity and are inconsistently delivered.