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The Bottom Line - Corruption

Updated Friday, 5th June 2015

In light of the latest FIFA scandal, Evan Davis and guests discuss corruption on this episode of  The Bottom Line. 

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Sepp Blatter - Head of FIFA Creative commons image Icon Asian FC under CC-BY-2.0 licence under Creative-Commons license The scandal at FIFA is just the latest story of corporate corruption to dominate the news. What steps can businesses take to avoid getting caught up in corruption, particularly in countries and sectors where bribery is the norm? What is legitimate business conduct and what crosses the line into illegality? 


  • Emma Sharma, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for the Supreme Group
  • Hugh Miles of The Al Shalfie Miles Consultancy
  • Leo Martin of Good Corporation

This edition of The Bottom Line is first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday 11th June 2015. For further details, and to listen online where available, please visit the BBC website.

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