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    18 May 2017

    Effective Ethics – how to support an anti-corruption compliance culture in Europe

    Panama, Brazil, Afghanistan, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Ukraine, Angola, South Africa. Examples of corruption cases abound beyond the limits of European geography. A cursory look at the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index shows plenty of low-ranking jurisdictions, many situated at a substantial distance from continental Europe. Does this mean that European companies, executives, regulators and prosecutors can sit back, head early for the beaches of the Mediterranean this summer and leave their international counterparts to manage these anti-corruption risks far from Madrid, Paris, Rome and other EU capitals? Clearly, the answer is ‘no’.....More

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    31 March 2016

    Compliance: votes from the Spanish jury

    Enforcement remains one of the unknown quantities following Spain's long-awaited Compliance reform in mid-2015.....More

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    30 March 2016

    Cumplimiento: los votos del jurado español

    Tras la esperada reforma sobre cumplimiento en España de mediados de 2015, su aplicación sigue siendo una de las grandes incógnitas.....More

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    15 July 2015

    Compliance Spain: new training needs

    Transparency International’s Global Graft Report reports that "corruption is everywhere in Spain". Their latest Corruption Perception Index has Spain sitting in lowly 37th spot. The Q4 political scandal season didn't even make the print deadline for the 2014 GGR. For example, the Health Minister was sacked in November 2014 after being named as a “profit-seeking participant” in connection with the Gürtel corruption case.....More

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