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Leadership does not just rest with the CEO; middle management bear the principal burden in terms of setting the tone and culture of the organisation for frontline staff. Eff
Embedding anti-corruption ethics into the culture of an organisation and integrating compliance into the business model is essential in both practice and law.
Controls also need to be accessible and tailored to all employees, across all divisions and areas of operation. Training forms a central part of this support system promotin
Conflicts of interest are a major risk in defence, where a small number of companies compete for high value, opaque and relatively infrequent contracts with a small number o
Closed-door meetings between procurement officials and defence companies can be legitimate and sometimes necessary, but they also create opportunities for bribery, influence
As tiers of suppliers become more remote from the principal contractor, the opportunities for corruption become greater with less clarity over everything from conflicts of i
The use of third parties can make a valuable contribution for any organisation. But agents pose a unique corruption threat as they may be authorised to act on behalf of the
Although offset obligations are often determined by the purchasing government, there are several steps that companies can take to increase transparency and, therefore, minim
Corruption risks vary across markets. As multinational companies develop and expand into new and emerging markets, the ability of businesses to identify and impose controls