A Holistic Approach to Due Diligence and Third-Party Risk Management [CLE Webinar]

Posted on 07-20-2015 by
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Many companies have implemented robust due-diligence vetting, monitoring and auditing strategies for managing third-party risk. No due-diligence system is foolproof in identifying high-risk business partners or predicting which partners will engage in bribery and where they might conspire with employees to circumvent even the best-intentioned vetting process.

During the Webinar attendees will learn:

  • How to better understand the third-party perspective of due-diligence vetting and the party’s view of anti-bribery laws
  • How to spot and resolve hidden red flags that may arise in the due-diligence vetting process and during the life of the relationship
  • How to develop appropriate reporting roles in the organization during the due-diligence on-boarding process
  • Techniques for monitoring business partners who may present moderate risks on paper, but who, in reality, may be high-risk business partners
  • Auditing strategies for financial and compliance professionals to apply to a range of business partners as a reliable means to isolate those who present unique risks

Join Robert Appleton and Richard Bistrong as they discuss how due-diligence systems, and monitoring and auditing strategies can be used to identify sophisticated bribery schemes in today’s evolving global economy.

Date: Thursday, August 6, 2015
Time:
2 – 3:35 P.M. ET (11 A.M. – 12:35 P.M. PT)
Duration: 95 minutes
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Comments


Harold Lieb
Harold Lieb
Posted on : 16 Jan 2016 10:35 AM

Thanks for good advice!

Indeed, due diligence should be accomplished thoroughly to avoid unnecessary risks. In this case, it makes sense to make the whole process as less time-consuming as possible. For this to be done I recommend to use data room due diligence based on cloud computing.

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