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Opening boardroom doors to women

Rebalancing representation in the boardroom is painfully slow work. It’s time for business to adopt more proactive techniques, explains Jayne E. Juvan - Partner, Co-chair of the Corporate Governance Practice Group and Chair of the Private Equity Practice Group at Tucker Ellis LLP

The secret life of shell companies

Once seen as the preserve of exotic offshore jurisdictions, these money–laundering tools have been turning up a lot closer to home, explains Steve Goodrich & Ben Cowlick - Members of the Corruption Research Team at Transparency International UK

Anti-corruption and GDPR: A collision of galactic proportions

We do not have to wait long to witness the clash between the requirements of international anti-bribery laws and those of personal data protection laws, explains Alexandra Wrage & Illya Antonenko - Alexandra is the President and Founder and Illya is Privacy Counsel at TRACE International

ISO 37001: A year on

Gearing for GDPR

The tech impact: Empowering boards

In search of the holy grail of board work: a clarion call for smarter technology, explains Nancy Falls - CEO of The Concinnity Company

LATEST ISSUE

Winter 18 Digital Edition

GLOBAL NEWS

VIDEOS

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Red Eléctrica Corporación discuss their best-in-class governance practices

Red Eléctrica Corporación aspires to the highest standards of corporate governance as they believe that good governance supports long-term value creation. To this end, Red...
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Beyond the Paradise Papers: Can Global Tax Avoidance Be Stopped – WEF 18

It's estimated that multinational corporations and high-net-worth individuals have placed over $7.6 trillion in offshore companies. As the US cuts corporate tax rates and...
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Agile Governance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution – WEF 18

The rapid speed of technological change is dismantling traditional institutions and mechanisms for governance. What tools can help leaders accelerate their response time, while...
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Putting an End to Modern Slavery – WEF 18

Over 40 million people around the world are victims to modern slavery, which is becoming the fastest growing global crime. What will it take...
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Launch of the Global Centre for Cybersecurity – WEF 2018

Given the cyber landscape risks, the World Economic Forum has recognised the need for a global centre of excellence focused on cyber. As such...

COMMITTEES

Ethics: Leading from the top

Internal audit can be a key player in ensuring boards challenge organisational culture and prepare for ethical missteps, writes Richard F. Chambers - President & CEO, The Institute of Internal Auditors

Global audit committee issues in 2018

Risk management is one of the biggest concerns for audit committees, boards and their companies in the year ahead, explains Timothy Copnell - Chairman of KPMG’s UK Audit Committee Institute

Ethics

Sugarcoating extortion

Establishing policies to combat bribery and corruption is pointless unless you tackle the problem of corrupt local officials, writes Mike Kenealy who is the Chief Operations Officer at Insiders Corp. & Michele La Neve is a Managing Partner at Whitecotton Law International