A series of principles developed by the Wolfsberg Group with the aim of developing financial services industry standards and related products, including anti-money laundering guidelines and counter-terrorist financing policies for private banking.
An initiative of the United Nations and Secretary-General Kofi Annan challenging world business leaders to "embrace and enact" principles covering areas of human rights, labor, the environment and anti-corruption.
Overview from the American Bar Association of the law originally enacted in 1977 and significantly revised in 1988, which proscribes the bribery of foreign government officials by any United States citizen with the intent of obtaining or maintaining a business.
An essay by C. Gopinath from the October 20, 2003 edition of The Hindu's Business Line wrote in which he advocates that workers take the individual responsibility necessary to rid society of corruption rather than relying on the government to solve these problems.
Guptara is Director of Executive and Organizational Development at the Wolfsberg Centre, a subsidiary of UBS of Switzerland. He writes and lectures about issues at the intersection of business practices, religious worldviews, and ethics.