An International Take on the State of Compliance

At the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ 7th Annual European Compliance & Ethics Institute in Berlin, a panel of international experts discussed their mixed feelings about the current state of corporate compliance. Companies are making great strides in preventing corruption and related offenses, but many governments lag in enforcement, panel moderator Philipp Klarmann, vice president and head of investigations and anti-corruption at SAP, observed. The panelists included Gemma Aiolfi, head of compliance, corporate governance and collective action at the Basel Institute in Switzerland; Arturo Hernandez, senior director of global compliance at RPM International Inc.; and Cécilia Fellouse-Guenkel, a compliance consultant at Compliance for Good. See “Using a Code of Conduct to Drive Engagement With Compliance and Ethics” (Mar. 6, 2019).

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