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.
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.
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.
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If you are licensed in New York, this content is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced New York attorneys. Although, this content is appropriate for all New York attorneys, newly admitted attorneys cannot earn CLE credit for the completion of the course when presented via on-demand.