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This webinar will discuss how companies are making changes to their onboarding processes and supply chain due diligence and how COVID-19 has shifted priorities and budgets going forward.
You can’t hide from the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, even if you are a powerful government regime. Just ask Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, who—along with others in his administration—were taken down in late March for violating certain provisions of the formidable anti-corruption law.
ExxonMobil’s recent victory in a sanctions case could inspire others to fight back against U.S.-imposed sanctions.
The world of global sanctions compliance is only growing more complex, not simpler. This can’t-miss e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in collaboration with Refinitiv, will help compliance officers and corporate counsel navigate through these legal and regulatory complexities.
This webcast will help compliance executives explore the latest research and practical insights on how to manage human trafficking and manage third-party risks.
Violations of anti-corruption laws can have devasting consequences for any company across any industry, if not managed appropriately—including significant fines, reputational damage, and litigation that can span several years—all of which create disruption to business operations.
Experts from Refinitiv and ProcessUnity discuss the types of risks facing companies today; how to tackle third-party risks using data, technology, and automation; and best practices for implementing processes and procedures for integrated, ongoing due diligence.
Many organizations find that their current screening systems can no longer efficiently support their growing AML compliance needs. They are tired of investing in short-term “band aids” that are not sustainable in the long-term, yet the thought of changing to a new system can be daunting and fraught with risk. ...