In this edition of the RiskMap Podcast, featuring Charles Hecker and Michael Moran, we discuss Cuba and the impact of US elections on bilateral relations between the countries; the refugee crisis and politics in Europe's largest economy, Germany; and the new international standard for anti-corruption systems - ISO37001.
In this edition we discuss the implications of the historic peace deal in Colombia, Myanmar's security challenges, and what to expect from elections in Croatia.
RiskMap Podcast: Corruption as a driver of political risk, an impeachment vote in Brazil, and scandal in Malaysia
In this edition of our look ahead at the coming two weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss corruption as a driver of political upheaval around the world and zoom in on Brazil and Malaysia, where corruption scandals are impacting the business environment.
In the final in our series of podcasts summarising the findings from the recent corruption survey conducted for Control Risks by The Economist Intelligence Unit, Maria Knapp, Associate Director in Control Risks’ sub-saharan Africa corporate investigations practice talks about the challenges in managing operational bribes.
In this podcast, Chris Torrens, head of anti-corruption services for Control Risks in Europe and Africa talks through some of the key findings from the recent corruption survey conducted for Control Risks by The Economist Intelligence Unit. He focuses on the issue of adequate procedures.
In this podcast, Nick Allan, head of Control Risks business in Europe and Africa highlights what he feels were the stand-out results from the recent corruption survey conducted for Control Risks by the Economist Intelligence Unit.