New firm aims to make life easier for whistleblowers

Creating a more favourable environment for corporate whistleblowers will be an essential step in improving Irish corporate governance, according to the managing director of a new whistleblower service.

4th December, 2010

Creating a more favourable environment for corporate whistleblowers will be an essential step in improving Irish corporate governance, according to the managing director of a new whistleblower service.

Denis Madden, head of Acertum, said legislation needed to be updated to benefit whistleblowers. He said that Britain’s Public Interest Disclosure Act, enacted recently, would yield benefits to British business in the form of improved corporate governance.

‘‘We founded Acertum in Ireland in difficult recessionary...

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