BARCLAYS Sarbanes-Oxley Cartoon Strips

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Following the Enron scandal, legislation known as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (also known as the Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act and SOX) was introduced in order to restore public confidence in the world's financial corporations.

Barclays bank inaugurated a twelve-month programme to familiarise all its employees with the SOX message – that every single member of staff holds a responsibility to ensure that the company operates within the law. As part of this programme, Barclays commissioned a series of cartoon strips from me – a classic case of humour being used to spell out a deadly serious message.


Here is a selection of the cartoon strips that I produced for the Barclays SOX programme:

 












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