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How a board responds to alleged corporate wrongdoing can determine your company's ability to recover from it. Learn what constitutes corporate wrongdoing, how to conduct an investigation and what to do with your findings.
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When companies face allegations of corporate wrongdoing, these are often handled by management. But sometimes a member of senior management is implicated. Other times, the nature of the misconduct can have a material impact on the organization. That’s when it is the board’s responsibility to make sure the allegations are properly addressed.
20 Questions Directors Should Ask about Responding to Allegations of Corporate Wrongdoing discusses recommended practices for directors deciding how to deal with this type of situation.
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