How the Panama Papers and Unaoil scandals have changed the way we do business
It appears that certain assumptions were made in connection with the Unaoil scandal. Can you tell us a bit ...
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Expanding your compliance programme globally
By developing the compliance programme on a global standard, compliance functions can more easily expand the compliance programme to new business units, and employees there can realise...
Developing a whistleblowing culture in the APAC region
This changing environment gives an insight into why this personal communication channel would be perceived as private and secure by potential whistleblowers in the Asia-Pacific region.
Blowing the whistle by encouraging a culture of ethics
Before whistleblowers report illegal activity within an organisation, they will first weigh up their safety options and determine what is at stake for them...
The National Supervision Commission - China’s newest solution to low level corruption. What will change and how should you adapt?
The new, hard-hitting NSC is China’s most comprehensive corruption prevention law to date. Its effective implementation means that standard Chinese practices, such as hospital suppliers treating...
4 details NOT to miss in preventing bidding irregularities
According to the ACFE 2016 Report to The Nations, a purchasing function remains the highest risk of corruptions. Moreover, bidding misconducts are one of the most common fraud scams found...
The rise of standardisation: a cure for regulatory uncertainty
People who live in Europe tend to hold ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) standards in very high regard and the same can be said for people in most developing and recently...
Common issues with hotlines, and what you can do to solve them
A simple, affordable and intelligent hotline platform that enables you to instantly take action and follow up a case, wherever it comes from, while ensuring you are compliant to any local...
Don’t expect the business to manage third party onboarding tasks
The former best practice of burdening business teams with managing time-consuming onboarding tasks may be ending. While the business owns relationships with its third parties...
Why app-based misconduct reporting solutions work better than traditional landline hotlines
App-based hotlines or helplines can be more reliable and user-friendly than those serviced by human beings. For the compliance industry, this provides an exciting opportunity to maximise security...
Happy holidays! Just don’t wrap your GTE offers into bribes
The holiday gift-giving season is the time for Compliance Officers to stay on top of their game and ensure that no gift of value goes to an external partner.
Data for due diligence: Relevant and meaningful or just data?
Any consumers of integrity due diligence reports should understand that without added value in the form of analysis, insight, knowledge and advice, data is just data; it is useless and may not help...
If repeating due diligence is obvious, why don’t more companies do it?
Your third parties and their business integrity are constantly fluctuating. One moment they look totally fine and the next they are caught up in some regulatory issue, litigation or a customer...
Webinar: Is your China Compliance function keeping up with your global programme?
During this webinar, we will share experiences and leading practices that may help you manage your compliance programme when dealing with China third parties.
Thinking outside the box when conducting an investigation
Uncovering a fraud scam is a challenging job, and does not guarantee a success. But when you exhaust all your chips, do step back and consider these factors that may save you some good night sleep.
Webinar: A Compliance Officer’s job is never done – the importance of ongoing due diligence
During this webinar, The Red Flag Group will discuss these forces and how ongoing due diligence can provide powerful insights and indicators that can help you make more informed and timely decisions t
Quick win: Automating your conflicts of interest programme
Conflicts of Interest remain a top organisational risk in many industries, and failing to manage it is simply not an option.
From compliance to a business advantage - a look at the industry over the past 10 years
An analytical look at the compliance industry over the past 10 years.
The Asian underworld: How criminals are enabled by legitimate businesses
The infiltration of organised criminal groups into legitimate businesses has moved beyond the traditional underworld sectors into new industries such as renewable energy and pharmaceuticals.
Rollbacks and new governments: Considerations in an unpredictable compliance landscape in the era of Trump
When governments change they often change their predecessors’ policies. This inevitably means new legislation or, as it has been well noted recently, change by executive order.
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