Do e-government and digital technologies really help to prevent corruption? Companies appear to believe that they do -- but what's your view?
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Compliance officers are experiencing regulatory fatigue and overload in the face of ever-changing and growing regulations. How they deal with the onslaught depends upon their resources and risk profile, among other considerations.
Since 2001, Control Risks has analyzed international corruption and compliance, through discussions with clients and surveys. The results show that although honest companies are still losing business to corrupt competitors, they are doing so at a slower rate than over a decade ago.
As if historically low commodity prices are not enough for energy and natural resource executives to contend with, a recent KPMG International survey found that addressing anti-bribery and corruption remains highly or exceedingly challenging. At the top of the list of challenges for 89 percent of respondents? Employee awareness, training and communications, and varying country regulations.
FCPA Blog-sponsor AlixPartners released its 2014 Litigation and Compliance Survey last week. The report explored the nature and frequency of disputes faced by companies in North American and Europe and the various approaches that companies are undertaking to deal with potential litigation. The survey found that companies in both the U.S. and Europe are experiencing an increase in litigation activity and, as a result, are ramping up their staffing to deal with this issue.
FCPA Blog sponsor Kroll released a survey showing that 75% of compliance officers aren't involved in managing cyber security risk.
India's biggest anti-corruption party asked people in Delhi what they worry about most. The answer wasn't corruption but drinking water.