Compliance risk: A top-10 hit list

Cellini, Richard J.
January 2007
Directors & Boards;2007 1st Quarter, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p52
Trade Publication
The article lists ten core risk areas that corporate directors must monitor for effective management. Included in the lists are ethical corporate culture, antitrust and unfair selling practices as well as financial integrity and fiduciary trust. Ethical culture implies that corporate ethics must inform not just individual conduct but also organizational behavior. The ideal marketplace for consumers must be free of collusion and unfair restraints on trade. Financial laws must be implemented.


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