Frances McLeod, Managing Partner, Forensic Risk Alliance, London
Ana Paula Martinez, Partner at Levy & Salomão in Sao Paulo, joins ETHIC Intelligence
Schneider Electric Egypt awarded System Certificate
Schneider Electric Egypt awarded certificate for its program to prevent corruption
excellence in compliance club
Excellence in Compliance Days gather certified companies to exchange best practices and discuss emerging issues
Matthew Stephenson, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School and Editor in Chief of the GAB: ...
Director, Quality, Governance and Communications &
Matthew Getz, International Counsel and Robin Lööf, Associate, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, London
Ana Paula Martinez, Partner and Mariana Tavares de Araujo, Partner, Levy & Salomao Advogados, SaoPaolo and Rio de Janeiro
Richard Alderman, former Director of the UK Serious Fraud Office and author of the report by the B20 Task Force on Improving Transparency
Collective action initiatives from around the globe Basel, Switzerland June 26-27, 2014
Is France doing enough to prosecute corruption allegations?
A cutting-edge international conference addressing the unique anti-corruption challenges of Algeria, Egypt, Libya and Morocco
Yes, even if in many countries corruption remains endemic and even if many newly exporting companies from emerging economies do not abide by its anti-bribery requirements.
Yes, and in many respects. Transparency International rates Brazil 42nd in its 2013 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) ranking the country 72 out of 177.
Yes, even if, in many respects, SFO enforcement is lagging behind the public’s expectations.
When it comes to anti-corruption enforcement, Toby Duthie and Derek Patterson of Forensic Risk Alliance point out in their article “Where does Bribery Legislation Bite ?” that “the USA is the global leader and Germany the European leader.” Three years after the entry into force of the UK Bribery Act ....