Good Governance, Global Impact
The Kroll Institute for Good Governance was founded to open the lens on issues of truth, transparency and good governance in the public and private sectors.
Jacob Silverman Shares 2020 Takeaways
In a recent Consulting Magazine article, Kroll CEO Jacob Silverman shares his key takeaways from 2020, and how he plans to apply those lessons in the new year and beyond.
Efraim Chalamish Discusses Israel-UAE Investments
Jordan Strauss Discusses Presidential Transition of Power
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Global Enforcement Review 2020 - AML
Duff & Phelps Recommended U.S. Equity Risk Premium and Corresponding Risk-Free Rates to be Used in Computing Cost of Capital: January 2008 - Present
CVE-2020-10189: Zoho ManageEngine Vulnerability Still Dangerous Nearly a Year Later – The Monitor, Issue 15
Chris Campbell on the Latest Stimulus Package
Are You One COVID-19 Test Away From a Cyber Security Disaster?
Chris Campbell Discusses Jobless Claims Impact on Economy
Ken Joseph on Potential SEC ESG Requirements
Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale, Efi Chalamish and CIPE Discuss Foreign Direct Investment
What a Biden Presidency Means for America and the World
Ken C. Joseph, Esq.
Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale
Jordan L. Strauss
The Kroll Institute promotes good governance in the private and public sectors around the world. Through thought leadership and research, we open the lens to provide clarity on issues related to truth, governance, transparency, fairness, integrity and ethics.