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As businesses become increasingly reliant on third-party relationships, they might expose themselves to risks outside of their control. To address these risks, implementing a robust third-party risk management program is critical.
Technology and automation can help organizations move beyond manual processes and help create efficient, effective compliance monitoring programs that can scale across the business and its geographic footprint. They can also be difficult to implement.
Money laundering, cybercrime, corruption, trafficking: These are just a few of the many illegal activities that could be putting your business at risk, especially if you’re using outdated, manual processes.
Combating bribery, corruption, and fraud is vital to reducing risk and maintaining compliance. Getting to the heart of financial transactions can also help you reduce unnecessary losses for your business.
Third-party risk management has always been a challenging area for risk and compliance professionals, never more so than today. As the global economy rebounds, third-party risk has taken on new dimensions.
This e-Book on conflict minerals is produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with PwC. The e-Book offers various articles from Compliance Week regarding the SEC's new rules regarding the use of conflict minerals. It discusses the wide-ranging impacts of the new rules, as well as how to establish a successful ...