Entries in Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (8)
Several weeks ago, the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE) hosted its annual Compliance & Integrity Institute in Las Vegas.
Yesterday's post by Jose Da Silva about progress in Colombia against graft is a welcome push back to the out of date stereotype that corruption is just how business is done there. To paraphrase a senior executive at Siemens, there are honest, decent people everywhere who want to do business the right way. You find them and then you can do bribe-free business.
Regular readers of the FCPA Blog know we're a big fan of Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
The SCCE Compliance & Ethics Institute could become the focus for an annual debate within the compliance field about the critical issues ahead. In honor of the SCCE’s 10 years of supporting compliance officers, here are my top ten suggestions for next year’s SCCE agenda:
The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) is celebrating, in its own words, “10 years of supporting and developing the compliance profession.” It’s a landmark moment to take stock of the SCCE’s achievements and to consider how the compliance field is progressing: where the journey started, what propels it and where it's going.
Social media can be used to help disseminate information about a compliance program and to promote the program's virtues. But some think using social media for anything related to compliance it still too risky. The FCPA Blog reached out to several experts for their insights.