Christopher Sindik

  • Procurement and Compliance - Friends, Foes or both

    Procurement and Compliance - Friends, Foes or both

    Third party risk management is at the top of the priority list for many compliance professionals as some of the largest fines have been a result of malfeasance involving outsiders.

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  • Will Trump roll back FCPA laws and other burning compliance questions

    Will Trump roll back FCPA laws and other burning compliance questions

    Any company with any real focus on ethics, values and compliance would make absolutely no reductions to their compliance programs in light of the new administration.

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  • The days of thinking that suppliers who do unethical or Illegal things can’t hurt you are over

    The days of thinking that suppliers who do unethical or Illegal things can’t hurt you are over

    Companies need to understand and proactively manage their supply chain to avoid reputational damage caused by suppliers who act illegally or unethically.

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  • Four ways companies can use technology to reduce GTE risks

    Four ways companies can use technology to reduce GTE risks

    How closely do employees follow the gifts, travel and entertainment (GTE) policies of a company? It really depends on the individual employees, the culture of ethics at the company, and the ...

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  • Benchmarking the due diligence efforts of technology companies

    Benchmarking the due diligence efforts of technology companies

    The Red Flag Group has amassed hundreds of thousands of due diligence reports in its 10-year history. During this time, the Firm has meticulously kept data on the major trends unearthed while ...

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  • Five things to expect from modern compliance training

    Five things to expect from modern compliance training

    Some things are just expected when you buy a new car. For example, if the car doesn’t come with a CD player, keyless entry, cruise control, anti-lock brakes and power steering, it is hard to ...

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  • Bribes masquerading as charity

    Bribes masquerading as charity

    When is a charitable donation an act of philanthropy and when does it constitute a bribe or conflict of interest? The line can be hard to define. Companies that are subject to the Foreign Corrupt ...

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  • Adaptive learning: the era of huge compliance e-learning catalogues is over

    Adaptive learning: the era of huge compliance e-learning catalogues is over

    In the past two decades, the compliance function has witnessed many changes to the compliance programme. Investigations are now done electronically, codes of conduct are more comprehensive and...

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  • Using software to stop misconduct before it starts

    Using software to stop misconduct before it starts

    Your credit card is being used to purchase a new laptop and television in Brazil. The cashier at the store takes your card and runs it through the machine. Your card is denied. They try again,...

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