Since leaving office in 2007, the empire of Tony Blair has grown exponentially. As a businessman he has been unprecedentedly successful for a former public servant, with a large property portfolio and an estimated GBP80 million of earnings accrued in just a few short years. But how has he managed to achieve this?
The dangers of involvement in corruption need to be embedded in corporate strategy. Companies' response to these dangers must also be reflected in their practices, particularly if operating outside its own borders. This book guides managers through the complexity of bribery issues with advice on how to implement anti-corruption strategies.
Seasoned investigative journalist and financial expert Nick Kochan takes readers deep inside the world of money laundering - a highly sophisticated, trillion-dollar, global business that poses a serious threat to Western economies.
This book is a full, behind the scenes portrait of Gordon Brown's first year as Chancellor.