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Article by CGF Research and reviewed by Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs
It’s rather ironic that the introduction of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (‘FCPA’) -- a United States (US) federal law -- was passed into US law by the 39th
elected US President, Jimmy Carter, who was by all accounts considered part of the country’s ‘working class’ people.
Article by CGF Research and reviewed by Goldman Judin Inc.
Over the last two decades, much emphasis has been placed on corporate governance and many countries across the world have specifically embarked upon much needed reform in this area.
Article by CGF Research Institute
In 2004, CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd (CGF) opened its doors to assist boards of directors and their executive management to understand the broad impacts of corporate governance, and the likely impacts they could expect if they failed to embrace its various disciplines.
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As the world economy struggles to regain its former pace and growth since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008, companies and their leadership may have overlooked a growing area of risk which could be costing them dearly.
Once upon a time we created the factory, and in that factory we put some machines.
Few people would dispute that South Africa is a nation of sports lovers.
There are quite a number of corporate governance codes that document the manner in which organisations should govern their business; notably the King Report on Governance for South Africa 2009 (‘King III’) is one of the more recognised codes throughout the world.
Today’s business executives face a very different set of risks from that of their predecessors.