Walmart made headlines recently for it’s history of bribing Mexican government officials in order. Then, top executives disregarded the idea of accountability and swept the company’s misdeeds under the rug. This raises the question of who is responsible ultimately for an organization – bank’s – risk management successes or failures.
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