Does Robust Compliance Mean Understood Compliance?

“We know we have a robust compliance program, one which would satisfy the regulators, but what keeps me up at night is the question as to whether it is taking hold at the field.” If I had to summarize my experience of last week, where I participated in three compliance events, that statement from one […]

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The Gathering Momentum of Anti-Bribery Enforcement in Australia

Today’s interview is with Julian Fenwick and Jane Ellis, both Anti-Bribery Compliance Professionals in Australia. Given the recent reporting concerning anti-bribery, corruption, and compliance issues in Australia, I thought this would be a timely subject and to bring in two experts from the front-lines. Hello Julian and Jane, thank you for joining me in today’s […]

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Can you Certify Anti-Corruption Compliance?

Today’s Q & A is with Philippe Montigny, CEO, Ethic-Intelligence Q: Hello Philippe and thank you for participating in this Q and A. Having been invited to your own “Experts Corner,” it is a pleasure to engage with you as well on this side of the Atlantic! So, perhaps you can share with our readers […]

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Bribery, Beneficiaries and Guilty Feelings (or lack thereof)

Given the response to my recent Q and A with Jamie-Lee Campbell on “Culture Corrupts,” (post here) which from an analytics and engagement perspective, was one of my most read pieces on a global basis since I started blogging, I decided to continue my deep dive into the behavioral dynamics which from my perspective, intersect with […]

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Bribery and Compliance in India: Know the Challenge and Prepare for It

Today I welcome Sherbir Panag, for another post in my series of  country discussions, where we will address Bribery and Anti-Bribery Compliance in India. As a forward, this was an interesting engagement, as it provided me with a opportunity  to ask questions pertaining to the procurement environment in India, as I experienced it during my own work in […]

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