As anti-bribery compliance standards continue to evolve, companies are struggling to keep up with regulatory requirements in a sustainable manner. For companies seeking a practical and long-term solution, Collective Action may provide a means to support their in-house compliance efforts while improving the wider business environment.
Conducted by Gemma Aiolfi, Head of Compliance & Corporate Governance, at the International Centre for Collective Action, this course provided a comprehensive introduction to the theory and categories of Collective Action and detailed instruction on how companies can leverage collective action initiatives to tackle bribery and corruption. Using case studies and examples, Ms. Aiolfi illustrated how collective action can be a powerful tool for companies of all sizes and sectors. More information is available here.
The event was hosted by Virna Di Palma, Senior Director, Global Strategy and Communications, of TRACE International. To learn more about TASA, please visit: https://www.traceinternational.org/training/tasa-accreditation/