Today’s world of corporate compliance is characterized by an increasing number of enforcement actions related to bribery and corruption. Co-operation and information sharing between enforcement agencies on multi-jurisdictional cases is also increasing. Parallelly, nations such as Brazil, Canada, Mexico, France, India, Russia, Spain and Korea are either adopting anti-bribery laws or strengthening existing legislations. By … More Expanding the arc of global corporate compliance
The past year has been burgeoning with growth and expansion opportunities for most countries across the globe, especially in the Asia Pacific region. Increased emphasis on cross border transactions, foreign direct investment and digital inclusion have been some of the contributing factors for the rapid economic and sustainable growth of this region. While countries in … More Navigating through fraud and corruption risks in APAC
Rapid globalization, rising cross-border business operations, diverse workforces and greater enforcement has caused complexities for organizations with regards to adherence to local labor laws. In the event of a possible non-compliance scenario or work permit breach, these laws may not only affect the employers locally or even internationally, but also other stakeholders such as customers, … More Are Swiss businesses doing enough to stay protected from the vulnerabilities of work permit breaches?
Inconsistency and ambiguity in encouraging high ethical standards and insufficient understanding of compliance programs have increasingly led employees to justify unethical behaviour at the workplace states EY’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) Fraud Survey, Economic uncertainty or Unethical conduct: How should over-burdened compliance functions respond? The survey highlighted that ethical leadership has emerged worrisome in India and China … More APAC Fraud Survey 2017: Corporate India sees a tussle between growth and ethical conduct
India has seen a spurt in professional sports leagues over the last few years – from cricket, to football, kabbadi, wrestling, hockey and badminton. The entertainment value it brings to millions of fans is immense. Expectedly, sponsorships and digital advertisements volumes have gone through the roof, making it a beneficial space for brand associations. Investments … More Infusing ethics in Indian sporting leagues for greater fair play
Singapore’s reputation as a “clean” country did not come by chance. It is the result of decades of strong political will to sustain a robust and comprehensive anti-corruption framework, and build a society that frowns on corruption. Recently, the city-state received a boost of confidence with the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) revealing that corruption … More Singapore raising the bar in the fight against corruption
High growth and entrepreneurial companies have emerged as the backbone of India’s economic success story and a key factor in the country’s development and progress. They have contributed significantly to the GDP, offered numerous opportunities by creating jobs, increased exports and delivered high value to the stakeholders involved. With changing times, building high growth companies … More Unleashing the potential of high growth companies by mitigating risks