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How to keep corporate governance simple: a quick guide

by: (UK Head of Governance, Risk and Compliance) on

In the interests of simplicity, here are a few practical steps as to how you might begin to improve your organisations corporate governance, and subsequently its decision making.

Samsung boss in corruption ‘trial of the century’

by: (Editorial Manager) on

Samsung are embroiled in a political corruption scandal in South Korea unparalleled in the country’s history, which could culminate in the removal from office of the Korean president and a prison sentence for Samsung’s chief.

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Enforcing corporate liability for economic crime - is it all worthwhile?

by: (AML/Financial Crime Course Director) on

Failure to prevent economic crime means further increasing the legal and regulatory burden – but is it really necessary?

How Good is Good Corporate Governance?

by: (Associate Director, Research and Development) on

“Good corporate governance is about having the right checks and balances within big business to strengthen decision making and accountability”. So said Theresa May, UK PM in the foreword of this week’s Green Paper (discussion paper) on Corporate Governance Reform. This is how we describe it here at ICT...

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