We are starting a series of posts called “Compliance Profession: The View from the Inside”. In these posts, compliance and ethics professionals of today will share interesting aspects of their work, attitudes, views and useful materials.
Our today’s guest is ... Read More
Corruption is a major problem in many of the worlds developing economies today. Ukraine is not exception. In such nations, corruption represents a regressive taxation that bears hard on the poor. It has a dampening effect on business development and it could result in the production of inferior goods as companies find ways to accommodate under-the-table payments. ... Read More
What does it take to make a brilliant career in Corporate Compliance and Ethics? I do not know, but starting with certification is definitely a good idea.
When I was deciding to get certified in compliance I was certain. I wanted something global and universal... Read More
In anticipation of new Corruption Perception Survey, which is annually conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce (ACC) in October.
According to the surveys from previous years, majority of around one hundred participating companies reported that they have faced corruption while working in Ukraine (81% in 2016 and 88% in 2015). ... Read More
The successful candidate will have exceptional opportunities for professional growth. This is a chance for a talented person with a legal background to build a career within a large Ukrainian company. Read More
Lately, there have been numerous discussions in different venues about level of salaries in reformed courts, newly established anti-corruption bodies and state-owned companies in Ukraine. Two controversial points of view predominate the discussion: (i) high salaries in public sectors are necessary to prevent corruption, and (ii) public servants bring little benefit to society, so their income cannot be high... Read More
In June 2017, the Fifth IOS Annual Conference in Regensburg on Corruption in Eastern/Southeastern Europe and Latin America was held. People talked about informality and corruption. The more the discussion lasted, the more we started to wonder. Where is a boundary between informality and conflict of interest or bribe? Read More
In the first part of this post I described my impressions about Matra Rule of Law Training Programme on “Integrity of Civil Servants” and provided a basic review of integrity concept through its historical evolution. Now I’d like to continue sharing the acquired knowledge by outlining Dutch actions in building integrity. Read More
From time to time we post interesting opportunities for our audience, which mainly include compliance professionals and lawyers interested in corporate compliance and ethics. These include jobs, recognizable events, scholarship opportunities, etc.
Here I want to share with you the information about Yuridicheskaya Practika’s II International Compliance Forum to be held in Kyiv on 20 September... Read More