In this blog post, Gemma Aiolfi examines corruption in customs clearance and the potential for Collective Action in light of the recent Tianjin port disaster.
International Centre for Collective Action Blog
The ICCA provides ICCA staff, partners and other interested parties an opportunity to discuss some of the current issues in anti-corruption and collective action. The views represented here do not necessarily reflect those of the ICCA nor the Basel Institute on Governance.
In this blog post, Patricia E. Dowden and Philip M. Nichols revisit the concept of "stakeholder trust" and its implications for business.
Cecilia Müller Torbrand of the Maersk Group and the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) spoke to the ICCA recently about the MACN and its work towards a shipping industry free of bribery and corruption.
The role and scope of the compliance function is being reshaped; now compliance officers need to make their control environment work in practice and be able to express an opinion on how well it’s working or not working.
The CCO Forum is a group of Chief Compliance Officers from around the world who consider high level issues impacting the Compliance Function within an insurance or re-insurance group. Ethical Corporation interviewed the leaders of the CCO Forum, including Thomas Loesler at Allianz and Lee Augsburger at Prudential, to develop a 10 page white paper that tackles the future risks and challenges for the next generation compliance function, so compliance teams can prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.
“Now regulators are expecting us to have compliance programs that look like banks,” remarked Lee Augsburger, Chief Compliance Officer, Prudential in Ethical Corporation’s newly published whitepaper.