ZURICH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--“The latest issue of our MCC Report shows that 2017 may be considered as a year when the tide started to turn against corporate corruption,” states Philipp Aeby, CEO of RepRisk. “Eight of ten companies included in the report were exposed to severe governance issues, in particular bribery and corruption, which in some cases even implicated heads of state.”
He continues: “With our reporting, we hope to encourage companies to implement robust due diligence practices. Because today, responsible business conduct has become a business imperative and is a recognized long-term value driver.”
RepRisk, a leading research and business intelligence provider, combines Artificial Intelligence (AI) and human analysis to translate big data in 16 languages into curated research and analytics. More than 100,000 public and private companies and 20,000 projects are captured in the RepRisk Platform, the world’s most comprehensive database on ESG risks. Since 2006, RepRisk has helped the world’s leading financial institutions and corporates reduce blind spots and shed light on the ESG and business conduct risks related to their operations, business relationships, and investments.
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RepRisk is a leading research and business intelligence provider, specializing in ESG and business conduct risks.
As a premium due diligence solution, RepRisk helps clients prevent and mitigate ESG and business conduct risks related to their operations, business relationships, and investments.
Since 2006, RepRisk has been leveraging artificial intelligence and human analysis to translate big data into actionable analytics and metrics. With daily updates, universal coverage, and curated adverse data on companies, projects, sectors, and countries, RepRisk offers a suite of a powerful risk management and compliance services.
Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, RepRisk serves clients worldwide, enabling them to reduce blind spots and shed light on risks that can have reputational, compliance, and financial impacts on a company.
For more information, please visit www.reprisk.com.