Alexandra Wrage


Because bribery is bad for business, I work on sane, cost-effective compliance solutions to the problem of international commercial corruption. I am very interested in the hallmarks of good governance and ethical leadership. In my weekly podcast, Bribe, Swindle or Steal, I interview investigative reporters, business people and prosecutors to explore the world of financial crime – corruption, fraud, money laundering and sanctions. Last year, I edited How to Pay a Bribe: Thinking Like a Criminal to Thwart Bribery Schemes and prior to that I wrote Bribery and Extortion: Undermining Business, Governments and Security. I served, briefly, on the failed Independent Governance Committee of FIFA, football’s governing body. I spend a lot of time on planes. I’m Canadian-American. I grew up in Vancouver and then read law at Cambridge University (Kings). I live in Annapolis now, where my organization—TRACE—has its main office.

  • 「女性のオーナー経営者を支援すること」が、すべての人に有益である理由

    多くの場合、ガバナンスにとって良いことは、ビジネスにとっても良いことだ。こうした類いの幸運な相関関係の実例として、多様性のあるサプライチェーンとマーケティングチェーンの構築がある。世界的に見て、女性がオーナー経営者として運営する企業は、業界の種類も増えているし、企業数や規模も拡大している。海外展開す ...