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Compliance in Multinational Corporations: Business Risks in Bribery, Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing and Sanctions.

9781787568709

Compliance in Multinational Corporations: Business Risks in Bribery, Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing and Sanctions

Fabian M. Teichmann and Bruno S. Sergi

Emerald

2018

140 pages

$64.00

K3915

Teichmann, an attorney and public notary in Switzerland, and Sergi, an economist in the US, outline an approach for multinational organizations to eliminating corruption and bribery, focusing on systems that incentivize compliance with rules and regulations, rather than paying bribes. They consider how conventional incentive systems foster or prevent corruption in these corporations, how these systems should be adjusted to ensure more effective compliance with formal anti-bribery rules and multinational corporations, how incentive systems should be adjusted to foster anti-bribery whistleblowing, and the difficulties in introducing anti-bribery incentives. They discuss challenges and solutions to money laundering, how multinational corporations become trapped in terrorism financing, and the use of sanctions and embargoes and whether they are effective political tools. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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