Harvard Law School Advises Creating Corporate Whistle-blower Program – ValueWalk Premium

Harvard Law School Advises Creating Corporate Whistle-blower Program

With nearly 2/3 of companies in the U.S. impacted by fraud, it is important that a fraud whistle-blower program is enacted, a Harvard Law School blog post argues.

The point of an internal corporate fraud program is to identify issues internally rather than have whistleblowers “incentivized to turn to the Securities and Exchange Commission.” The SEC whistle-blower program provides monetary incentives for individuals, including employees, to come forward and report possible violations of . . .

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