Press Statements

GoodCorporation responds to Gambling Commission fine

GoodCorporation supports today’s decision by the Gambling Commission to penalise gambling firm 888 for failing to protect vulnerable customers. Leo Martin, director of business ethics advisers GoodCorporation, said: “From our assessments we know that good schemes really can work and are essential if the industry is to help reduce gambling-related harm. We have worked with several leading companies…

What the UK’s new data protection law will mean for businesses

The Government’s plans to revise the UK’s data protection laws, announced this week, will effectively ensure that the UK remains compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which is applicable from May 2018. This announcement is helpful for businesses and should clarify some of the confusion around the need or otherwise to prepare…

Leo Martin, managing director of GoodCorporation comments on the Barclays whistleblower investigation

“The Barclays whistleblower scandal will be a real test for the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority, whose rules on whistleblowing clearly state that a whistleblower’s confidentiality must be protected and that firms need to create a culture that encourages employees to raise concerns about poor behaviour. “It is hard to see how…

Job vacancies at GoodCorporation

GoodCorporation is looking to recruit a consultant and a graduate trainee to join our growing team. Both roles will involve work with our international clients to help them evaluate, build and embed responsible business practices. The consultant role is very varied, and will range from consultancy projects to support client compliance teams (including reviewing and developing…

BBC Response to Dame Janet Smith Review published

Following the publication of the Dame Janet Smith report in February 2016 the BBC published a progress report in July 2016 and undertook to provide a response to Dame Janet’s recommendations by the end of the year. This has now been published and sets out the action the BBC has taken to address the recommendations made…