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The widespread introduction of legislation protecting the actions of ‘whistleblowers’, and increased public expectations of global corporate accountability, mean that businesses need to adopt a proactive approach to managing allegations or disclosures that point to misconduct within their organisation. Not understanding the law surrounding whistleblowing can be costly for businesses in terms of potential claims as well as damage to reputation.
Whistleblowing is a high priority on international and national anti-corruption agendas, and is continuing to grow in importance, highlighting whistleblowing’s relevance as a corporate governance and regulatory tool.
We have developed an online interactive guide to ‘Whistleblowing laws’ as part of our NRF Institute, which provides a practical overview of the legislation applicable to whistleblowing in 50 jurisdictions around the world. The guide is relevant to both the public and private sectors and focuses on corporate and employment compliance issues which typically arise in whistleblowing scenarios.
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The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) of the United Kingdom received the Royal Assent on June 26 and is now in force.