Anti-Corruption Efforts will Require some "Visible Prosecutions" President Obama opined that it was "absolutely the right thing to do for President Kenyatta [to] emphasize" the Kenyan government's stepped-up anti-corruption efforts. He called public corruption potentially "the biggest impediment to Kenya growing even faster." "Just a math issue" Business efforts being "constantly sapped" was a real … Continue reading “Just a math issue”: Anti-Corruption Efforts in Kenya take Center-Stage for Obama
CCOs say that with more investigations comes (slightly) more money According to a recent survey, the budgets allocated to compliance have grown over the last year, including those of African participants in the study. Consulting giant Deloitte has released its 2015 Compliance Trends report, the result of its survey in which 20 large corporations across … Continue reading In sync with greater enforcement: Firms’ compliance budgets grow
Chimera or Reality -- Is Africa stepping up its anti-graft game? If one is to believe the media attention that has been bestowed upon anti-corruption enforcement by various African jurisdictions, there has been an uptick in successful anti-graft campaigns across the continent. Or is there...? Has Africa truly embraced the prosecution of well-to-do businessmen and … Continue reading Increased anti-corruption enforcement across Africa?
The necessity of strong regional regulatory oversight on infrastructure projects in Africa By Roger Tafotie Dr. Tafotie is a Pr1merio advisor with a legal & business focus on both African and European markets. A member of the Luxembourg Bar, he is also a lecturer in law at the University of Luxembourg. His focus areas include … Continue reading The necessity of strong regional regulatory oversight on infrastructure projects in Africa