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Ethical conduct is never out of vogue
As a CGMA designation holder, using your ability to assess the ethical context of every situation is part of your professional commitment.
Published on November 21 2012
Recession dampens effort to stem corporate corruption
A few wealthy nations stepped up efforts last year to crack down on companies that bribe foreign officials to get lucrative contracts abroad, a watchdog group reported. But most of the 39 countries that joined the crackdown launched 15 years ago have done nothing or not enough, according to the
Published on September 11 2012
Managing responsible business – a global survey on business ethics
Global research that explores the importance of business ethics, ethical performance and ethical management within organisations – a follow up to research conducted in 2008.
Published on March 07 2013
Struggling European nations seen as more corrupt, report shows
Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perception Index shows that several countries in the Mediterranean region – including Greece and Italy for mainly financial reasons and Egypt for political ones – are seen as being more corrupt.
Published on December 06 2012
Five likely threats that should keep global leaders up at night
Threats that keep top experts and high-level leaders up at night are the risks that are beyond any one company or even one nation to handle. A report from the 2013 World Economic Forum lists the most likely ones with the biggest damage potential.
Published on February 25 2013
How to improve your board’s effectiveness: three tools for risk and strategy governance
In recent years there has been considerable attention to issues such as the structure of the board and its committees. But there needs to be more emphasis on how well the board oversees strategy and risk as well as the appropriate behaviours required to fulfil this task effectively. Here we
Published on March 21 2012
Ethics and the value chain
CIMA’s Head of Ethics, Tanya Barman, talks about the importance of ethical practice in an organisation’s supply chain and discusses how you can manage risk in the extended value chain.
Published on May 21 2014
Essential tools for management accountants
Find the right tools to support your organisation and learn how to implement and manage them effectively.
Finance teams require better data skills to tackle fraud
UK businesses are monitoring risks better than ever and increasing their coverage of fraud risk. However, significant challenges around data analysis, staff training and a lack of routine risk assessments remain, according to a study from Deloitte.
Published on April 05 2013
Ethical performance moves up on the corporate agenda
Ethical performance is an increasingly important consideration for companies, and its prominence is set to grow further over the coming years, according to new CGMA research. Though the majority of companies do have an established policy on ethical conduct, many fail to regularly communicate it to their staff.
Published on November 03 2014