Investors are forcing the hand of companies in combatting corruption for fear that the issue, if left unchecked, could come back to haunt them

A number of recent incidents have succeeded in shining a light on corporate corruption. In doing so, they have underlined the degree to which many have been allowed to misuse or abuse the trust placed in them by stakeholders up and down the value chain. In answer to the crisis, and for the first time in what seems like forever, investors are finally taking the issue seriously.

Published On: September 22, 2016Categories: From the Commons