The Eurasian Compliance Association (ECA) promotes Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) internationally; it does so by guiding and engaging GRC and legal professionals to deliver sustainable, compliant and auditable best practices in the control environment based on national, regional and international regulatory standards. The ECA, working through and with its members: practitioners, standards setting organisations (SSOs), regulators and stakeholder groups, contributes to the continuous improvement of regulatory, supervisory and other financial sector policies. The ECA seeks to promote the stability of financial systems and to foster the systematically refined implementation of regulatory, financial crime, counter-terrorist financing and anti-corruption compliance policies across sectors and jurisdictions.
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Part 2 - The BNP PARIBAS Case Study Part 2 examines the ‘alignment’ between CSR strategy and SGDs through the BNP PARIBAS Case Study Please download the PDF by following the link.
Free access to the ECA’s News Feed on the alignment of Corporate Social Responsibility with Sustainable Development Goals
Interested in this hot topic? The ECA has just released Part 1 of a short guide on this important sustainable corporate governance subject accessible to all readers and members, simply download free of charge the [...]
Following the recent and 19th session of Board Level Corporate Governance Training in the Middle East, here are some reflections that ECA wishes to kindly share with its fellow members. Corporate governance may be thought [...]
ECA Insight On 6 September COSO launched its new framework for enterprise risk management. It places strong emphasis on embedding risk management across the whole enterprise and aligns it with corporate strategy. This is the [...]
Best practices (B.P.) guide Constance E. Bagley, Bruno Cova, and Lee D. Augsburger DECEMBER 21, 2017 https://hbr.org/2017/12/how-boards-can-reduce-corporate-misbehavior One defining feature of 2017 has been seeing corporate directors and officers being held personally responsible for illegal behavior [...]
Harvard Business Review Constance E. Bagley, Bruno Cova, and Lee D. Augsburger DECEMBER 21, 2017 https://hbr.org/2017/12/how-boards-can-reduce-corporate-misbehavior One defining feature of 2017 has been seeing corporate directors and officers being held personally responsible for illegal behavior [...]