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Posts Tagged: Survey

Kroll on cyber security: Compliance officers should be like . . . Captain Kirk

FCPA Blog sponsor Kroll released a survey showing that 75% of compliance officers aren’t involved in managing cyber security risk.

And nearly 44% of senior-level compliance professionals who responded said the chief compliance officer is only responsible for privacy compliance and breach disclosure after an incident but has no role in addressing cyber security risks before one.… Continue Reading

Asking the right questions about graft

India’s biggest anti-corruption party asked people in Delhi what they worry about most. The answer wasn’t corruption but drinking water.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was formed after Delhiites turned out in huge numbers a few years ago during the nationwide India Against Corruption campaign.… Continue Reading

Resource alert: Best practices for managing compliance in China

Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses a welcoming luncheon co-hosted by the U.S.-China Business Council in Washington in 2012. [Photo courtesy of Xinhua] The U.S.-China Business Council recently released the results of a survey of its membership on Best Practices for Managing Compliance in China.… Continue Reading

Despite crackdown, Asia firms are slow to comply

Only 40 percent of Asia companies have anti-bribery policies in place, compared with a global average of 81 percent last year.

An EY survey polled 681 executives in China, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia and South Korea.… Continue Reading

Global Corruption Barometer 2013

Transparency International’s 2013 Global Corruption Barometer was released today. The Barometer is the world’s largest public opinion survey on corruption. The 2013 edition surveyed 114,000 people in 107 countries and asked for people’s views on corruption in their country, and in which institutions the problem of corruption is most severe.… Continue Reading

Execs see Africa opportunities, but risks too

FCPA Blog-sponsor AlixPartners teamed with Dentons to survey multinational companies about their current and future business objectives in Africa.

The survey aimed to better understand whether companies perceived Africa to be an attractive investment destination, given the continent’s legacy of corruption and political instability.… Continue Reading