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New partnership to fight corporate fraud

Ross O. Storey | Feb. 10, 2010
MIS Asia editor Ross O. Storey asked Global Compliance CEO, Jim Burke, how important it was for Asia enterprises to have compliance management solutions in place and what risks they faced if they dont.

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The Transparency International report ranks the countries in question as follows in their corruption index (least corrupt highest score)

Singapore 9.2

Hong Kong 8.2

Malaysia 4.5

Thailand 3.4

Indonesia 2.8

the Philippines 2.4

  • The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) table shows a country's ranking and score, the number of surveys used to determine the score, and the confidence range of the scoring.
  • The rank shows how one country compares to others included in the index. The CPI score indicates the perceived level of public-sector corruption in a country/territory.
  • The CPI is based on 13 independent surveys. However, not all surveys include all countries. The surveys used column indicates how many surveys were relied upon to determine the score for that country.
  • The confidence range indicates the reliability of the CPI scores and tells us that allowing for a margin of error, we can be 90 per cent confident that the true score for this country lies within this range.


Is there anything else youd particularly like to add relating to the issue of compliance, corporate fraud and the announced partnership?

Global Compliance has been searching for the right partner like Q2 - who has the local knowledge, the local sales and marketing talent and most importantly, the respect and trust of the local chief compliance and chief risk officers in the Asia Pacific region. The announcement between our company and Q2 is the first step in creating a true market presence for Global Compliance in a critically important geographic region.

 

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