How to Educate Top Management on the Importance of Anti-Corruption Compliance

It is no accident that all of the world’s migration flows are in one direction – from more corrupt nations into less corrupt ones, Anne Eberhardt, a senior director at Gavin/Solmonese, argues in a guest article. Looking at the history of corruption informs more than just public policy arguments, she says. It bears on anti-corruption compliance today and provides concrete lessons on how individuals charged with the responsibilities of governance (such as CCOs and GCs) can best frame anti-corruption compliance for their organizations. See also “Five Tools Every Chief Compliance Officer Needs for Effective FCPA Compliance: Title, Authority, Access, Budget and Culture (Part One of Two)” (Apr. 3, 2013); Part Two (Apr. 17, 2013).

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