Perfecting the art of graft
The World Bank estimates that corrupt exchanges now involve $1-trn annually. In 2018, Transparency International reported that more than two-thirds of the 180 countries it surveyed received a score of less than 50 on a scale from 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). In a Business Day analysis, Krish ...
The fifth South African Business Ethics Survey 2019
The Ethics Institute has released the outcome of its latest thought leadership research undertaking, the South African Business Ethics Survey, or SABES, 2019. Over 2 000 professionals from 19 different companies across various industries participated, answering questions on their perception of ethics in the place where they work.
The definitive ...
Building reputational capital
By Lee Rossini
A good reputation is worth its weight in gold, especially in the financial services sector. The consequences of a poor reputation or worse, reputation devastation will have a negative effect on a business and could lead to the loss of dissatisfied clients and the associated consequences. Clients ...
New Europe boss puts focus on AI
Legalbrief Today Issue 4843
New European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, who was elected last week, has committed to ‘put forward legislation for a co-ordinated European approach on the human and ethical implications of artificial intelligence’ within her first 100 days in office. According to an Out-Law.com report ...