Julie Fisher Melton has said, “Combating corruption unlocks both democracy and development.”
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Raja Chatterjee, creator and global head of Morgan Stanley’s Anti-Corruption Group, answers our questions about the most common compliance challenges.
In March the Nigerian human rights group SERAP (Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project) sent a letter to the SEC outlining one of the most altruistic FCPA amendments yet proposed.
Mark Pieth is the chairman of the OECD Working Group on Bribery, which monitors how countries are criminalizing foreign bribery in accordance with the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. He is also a professor of criminal law and criminology at the University of Basel, Switzerland.
Huguette Labelle is the Chair of the Board of Directors of Transparency International, which calls itself “the global coalition against corruption.”
Michael Hershman, left, president of The Fairfax Group, helps public and private sector clients integrate core principles of social responsibility into their everyday practices.
Roy Snell, CEO of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, helps set the standards for the compliance profession.
Alexandra Wrage is the founder and president of TRACE International, a non-profit anti-corruption organization.
As Chief Executive of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Ernst Ligteringen, left, encourages and enables businesses to shine light on their sustainability efforts.
As founder and CEO of FTSE Group, Mark Makepeace created the FTSE4Good Index. It helps investors find companies that meet CSR (corporate social responsibility) criteria.
Sharon Allen was Deloitte LLP’s first independent Chairperson of the Board from 2003 until her retirement in May 2011. She used her prominent role at one of the world’s largest accounting firms to promote business ethics both within Deloitte and in the wider corporate community.