Take A Look At 40 Years Of Anti-Corruption Milestiones
As anti-corruption efforts continue to globalise, intensify and attract greater public awareness, a seismic shift in the market’s view of corruption has taken place. Regulators, the market and investors have become increasingly less tolerant – heralding an era that is gradually leaving no ‘corrupt’ stone unturned. In recent times, the eruption of some of the world’s biggest corruption scandals have jolted a global anti-corruption movement that continues to be unwavering in its resolve.
This special report features a timeline of key anti-corruption developments across the last 40 years since the enactment of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in 1977 and also outlines key megatrends shaping the global anti-corruption movement. For those tasked to safeguard their organisation’s compliance and legal obligations, and consequently their reputation and bottom line, understanding the evolving landscape has never been more critical.
With expectations of ethical conduct and transparency climbing to unprecedented levels, organisations have never been more challenged by the risk of corruption in their supply chains. As a result, keeping pace with the evolving landscape means the need to step up anti-corruption compliance has transformed into a key business imperative. The time is now for organisations to know who they are doing business with.
Read this special report to explore:
- A timeline of significant anti-corruption milestones across the last 40 years
- Key megatrends charting future course for anti-corruption efforts across the globe
- Landmark corruption events inked in the history of anti-corruption
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