Author: Callioni, Patrick
Brand: Global Professional Publishing Ltd
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Number Of Pages: 400
Release Date: 03-10-2008
Details: Product Description Can compliance be turned into a competitive advantage, rather than a driver of costs? Are financial institutions merely passive recipients of government intervention or is it possible for smart corporates to play a role in shaping regulation and compliance, nationally and internationally? This book addresses these challenges and explores all these opportunities. It provides detailed guidance for those who are responsible for designing and applying compliance regimes in companies. That guidance will be provided in context: legal, social and economic. Understanding the context is essential to anyone wishing to extract value from compliance, possibly turning a cost center into a competitive advantage. About the Author Patrick Callioni is a barrister and a senior civil servant. He is also Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management; Senior Member of the Australian Computer Society; a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management; and one of the founders of the Society for Knowledge Economics.
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