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Handbook of Compliance & Integrity Management. Theory and Practice

Handbook of Compliance & Integrity Management. Theory and Practice

Edited by Sylvie Cécile Bleker-van Eyk, R. A. M. Houben
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Overview

Handbook of Compliance & Integrity Management provides a scientific underpinning for the practice of compliance. The compliance discipline in companies and financial institutions has grown exponentially in recent years. In spite of a plethora of works on compliance, the academic discipline on compliance is still in its infancy. This book, which is the result of the researches conducted by the Post-Doctoral Education in Compliance and Integrity Management of the VU University, examines the subject from such crucial and varied perspectives as ethics, behavioural science, risk management, accounting, and European and international law. Much more than a critical approach to the existing practice of supervision, it provides a wealth of information, guidance, and valuable insights into the day-to-day work of compliance officers.

What’s in this book:

With chapters which foster alternatives such as greater trust in self-regulation and market discipline, this book explores aspects of compliance and integrity management as the following:

  • monitoring risk compliance and integrity;
  • stakeholder and reputation management;
  • conflicts of interest;
  • anti-bribery;
  • export controls;
  • extraterritorial jurisdiction of US legislation;
  • fraud;
  • duty of care;
  • market abuse;
  • privacy; and
  • competition.

The analysis throughout is supported by a comprehensive study of the literature concerning the raison d'être of supervision and regulation.

How this will help you:

Meeting the need for an in-depth analysis of the ever-growing area of compliance and integrity management, this book is a milestone in a field that is rapidly growing in importance across a wide spectrum of business and professional activities. It will prove to be an essential practical resource for company and institutional officers worldwide in setting up a compliance function in their organization.

Publish Date 08/18/2017
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789041188182
SKU 10057466-0001
Table of Contents

List of Contributors

List of Abbreviations

Foreword 

Jean Frijns

Introduction

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

PART I – HUMAN BEHAVIOR

1. Why Humans Get Organized: From Cave-Dweller to Mars Explorer

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

2. Ethics and Integrity Management

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

3. Compliance Management

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

4. Managing Organizational Integrity and Leadership

T.A.H.M. van de Laar EMoC

5. Conditioning Compliance

Dr. M.M. Rietdijk

6. Conflicts of Interest

R.A.M. Houben

PART II – ORGANIZATIONS AND RISK MANAGEMENT

7. Corporate Governance

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

8. Risk Management

R. van Altena RA

9. Monitoring Risk Compliance and Integrity

R. van Altena RA & Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

10. Stakeholder and Reputation Management

F.R.P.M. van der Grint

PART III – REGULATION, SUPERVISION AND ENFORCEMENT

11. Regulation and Supervision on Financial Markets

R.A.M. Houben

12. Regulatory Compliance and Enforcement

Prof. W. Huisman

13. Supervision of Conduct and Culture

R.A.M. Houben

14. Financial Markets and Compliance

T.A.H.M. van de Laar EMoC

PART IV – CAPITA SELECTA

15. Fraud and Internal Investigations

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

16. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

17. Anti-Bribery & Corruption

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

18. Export Controls & Sanctions

Prof. S.C. Bleker-van Eyk

19. Information Management and Privacy

W. Seinen

20. Duty of Care

R.A.M. Houben

21. Market Abuse

R.A.M. Houben

22. Competition

M.J. Osse

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