Corruption in Britain: A Necessary Evil? and A Prosecutor's View

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The Symposium addressed issues on governance, trust and anti-bribery, and explored some of the issues raised during a previous lecture given by Professor Michael Mainelli in October 2007 entitled, "What I like about this country is that it has a nice level of corruption!".

Sessions included an overview of the global scene, and a discussion on the extent to which one can, or should do anything about it.

This part of the symposium included the following talks:


Mr John Burbidge-King

Mr Charlie Monteith

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This event was on Wed, 16 Jun 2010


Charlie Monteith

Charlie Monteith is Senior Policy Advisor at the Serious Fraud Office

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John Burbidge-King

John Burbidge-King is CEO at Interchange Solutions

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Professor Tim Connell

An honorary life fellow of Gresham College, Professor Tim Connell is an Emeritus Foundation professor at City, University of London, where he set up a full range of language activities over a period of nineteen years.

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