Monday, February 07, 2011 | Posted by: Grant Thornton
Categories: Corruption, Non-executive director, Risk | Tags: M&A, CFO, due diligence, Bribery Act, bribery, Companies Act, G20, non-executive directors, board of directors, Proceeds of Crime Act, corruption risk assessment, enforcement, BAE Systems, Transparency International, risk assessment, growth review, infrastructure projects, collective action, World Bank, Adequate procedures
What guarantee is there that enforcement will be taken seriously? Panel members discuss not only trends in enforcement but the commercial efficiencies of having systems in place to prevent bribery.
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