Just like the Brooklyn Bridge, an effective anti-corruption compliance program is no accident. Explore compliance through a structural engineering lens.
Great Structures in History & Compliance
What’s in this whitepaper from Tom Fox:
In this in-depth history lesson, Tom Fox explores what some of the most recognizable sites and landmarks throughout history have in common with anti-corruption compliance programs.
Among Fox’s insights is this gem regarding the Roman arch and the ever-difficult task of digging for compliance program resources:
“I wanted to use the dual-load system whereby an arch supports not only great weight but also esthetic engineering designs to discuss how a CCO or compliance practitioner might develop resources to implement a best practice anti-corruption compliance program under the FCPA, UK Bribery Act or other anti-bribery law. Funding a compliance program is always one of the biggest challenges. Short of being in the middle of a worldwide FCPA, UK Bribery Act or other anti-corruption investigation, you are never going to receive all the funding you want or even think that you are going to need.”
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