Corporate Transparency: Seeing Through Governance Fraud

Trying to Stop the Chain of Corruption

Stopping the Chain of Corruption

During a recent trip to Mexico, Pope Francis called out government and corporate leadership on their dismal record regarding entrenched corruption. But his hosts’ fraternity of fraud is by no means an exclusive one. From Italy to Japan, from the U.S. to the Ukraine, corporate corruption cases have soared to the extent that some observers have come to believe that ‘corporate realism’ and ROI (Return On Investment) go hand in hand. Now strong, albeit less ecclesiastic, voices are sounding the alarm about corporate governance failures—and what to do about them.

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