What global anti-corruption compliance trends are on the OECD's radar?
This year is the 20th anniversary of the implementation of the OECD’s Anti-Bribery Convention. So, we went to Paris to meet Patrick Moulette, Head of the OECD Anti-Corruption Division. He explained that the global spread of negotiated settlements, particularly Deferred Prosecution Agreements, prompted the OECD to recently launch a new study into DPAs. He warned that recent challenges to globalization must not be allowed to stop international cooperation to fight corruption.
What is the main trend you see for anti-corruption compliance in 2019?
Tell us about a trend in anti-corruption enforcement?
What is the overall trend in global anti-bribery and corruption legislation?
Are countries increasingly working together to tackle corruption?
How is technology affecting the fight against bribery and corruption?
What role does the private sector have in combating corruption?
What advice do you have for CEOs looking to put in place better ABC measures?
How do corruption risks vary by country?
What is being done to tackle hidden beneficial ownership?
What role does the media have to play in exposing bribery and corruption in 2019?
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