Fighting Bribery and Corruption Not on the Agenda for 40% of CEOs

From the International Business Times

Fighting bribery and corruption does not feature as one of the main priorities for over half of multinational companies, a new study by international law firm Hogan Lovells has found.

According to research, 59% of the 604 chief compliance officers (CCOs) surveyed admitted their businesses adopted a culture of 'profits over prevention', with 44% of respondents indicating that addressing bribery and corruption was not on the board agenda.

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