Companies scramble to tackle corruption

August 10th, 2009

Financial Times

The number of businesses launching internal corruption investigations has surged after a drive to encourage staff “whistleblowers”, new research shows.

A survey about overseas bribery, carried out by Ipsos Mori among more than 100 listed companies, and commissioned by KPMG, found that four out of 10 respondents had begun investigations in the past three years. This compares with 27 per cent a 2007 survey.

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