When you hear the words ‘artificial intelligence,’ what comes to mind? If your mind turns to a Hollywood blockbuster, you aren’t alone, but machine learning—a narrow branch of AI—is transforming how organisations identify risk. In
Can accreditation for ISO 37001 help companies mitigate bribery and corruption risk? Our Q&A with Jean-Pierre Mean, anti-corruption lawyer and leader in the Standard’s development, takes a deeper look.
Two steps up for U.S. compliance: Encouraging voluntary disclosure and outlawing anonymity on the international bribery and corruption front. Get details about the changes on our blog.
Only 1 in 5 senior executives working in ethics, compliance or anti-corruption feels confident with the tools and processes they have in place to identify potential beneficial ownership risk. Find out about the other challenges they consider on our blog.
“Reputation is now the currency on which everything else will depend.” Find out what else Stephen Hahn-Griffiths had to say about the role of corporate social responsibility and trust in managing reputational risk during his interview with LexisNexis.
The World Economic Forum estimates that the cost of corruption equals more than 5 percent of global GDP—or about $2.6 trillion. That’s a hefty price tag—and it’s not the only cost to consider. The recent Lotte court case in South Korea highlights the price that business leaders can pay when anti-bribery and corruption compliance fails—or is blatantly ignored. Read about the lessons learned on our blog.
The world’s most corrupt countries have been revealed in Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perceptions Index. The big movers in this year’s index are the UK, whose score has improved by eight points since 2012, and Australia, whose score has fallen by eight.
For our recurring Q&A series, we spoke with Patrick Moulette, Head of the Anti-Corruption Division at the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development). He shares how the legislative landscape has changed since countries signed the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention 20 years ago, and the impact it has had on companies’ attitudes towards compliance.
Nothing attracts controversy like a global sporting event, and with the winter games about to kick off—or rather, ski, skate and bobsleigh off—in South Korea on February 9, let’s take a look at how it has been faring on the bribery, corruption, and human rights front.—and what risks sponsoring organisations need to consider.
Britain’s Prime Minister has said that investors can “make a big difference” by encouraging companies to act in a trustworthy way. Her call is just the latest sign that shareholders are applying more pressure on companies to behave ethically.