The integrity risks associated with this category are regulated by laws to ensure that companies conduct business in an ethical manner, promote fair competition for the benefit of customers, and prohibit dishonest behaviour.

  • Driving integrity into the supply chain | Trust, but verify

    Driving integrity into the supply chain | Trust, but verify

    Explore how an organisation can establish an effective programme for verifying their supply chain partners.

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  • Offset agreements and hidden compliance risks

    Offset agreements and hidden compliance risks

    Although often legitimate, offset agreements have been known to be used to cover bribes and kickbacks. All compliance officers should be aware that these risks do exist and know how to identify them.

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  • Avoiding successor liability

    Avoiding successor liability

    Understanding the background of your target, prior to transacting, plays a crucial role in minimising exposure to potential liabilities and risks.

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  • Do your suppliers meet the expectations of your integrity & compliance programme?

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  • Five most common red flag zones in China

    Five most common red flag zones in China

    China is increasing efforts to align itself with international anti-corruption standards by taking stronger action and enforcements against wrongdoers under its Anti-bribery Laws.

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  • Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise

    Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise

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  • Measuring success in any compliance programme

    Measuring success in any compliance programme

    Measuring success in a compliance programme goes beyond the policies and procedures. Having policies and procedures alone is simply not good enough unless you have regular auditing and...

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  • Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Trust but Verify

    Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Trust but Verify

    Webinar: Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Trust but Verify

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  • Developing and maintaining a policy lifecycle management system

    Developing and maintaining a policy lifecycle management system

    Technology tools can play an integral role in helping organisations minimise risk in this area. The Red Flag Group’s ComplianceDesktop® Technology Platform manages the lifecycle of policies...

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  • Are your due diligence reports providing maximum value for your business

    Are your due diligence reports providing maximum value for your business

    There is no shortage of due diligence providers but the quality of the reports can vary drastically from one provider to another. We highlighted 10 indicators that tell if your due diligence...

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  • Why ESG compliance can’t be ignored

    Why ESG compliance can’t be ignored

    The compliance landscape is becoming even more complex resulting from increased pressure for companies to publicly prove their commitment and disclose how they are addressing ESG risks and compliance.

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  • Supply chain and compliance in the agricultural sector

    Supply chain and compliance in the agricultural sector

    There is a strong case for companies engaged in the agri-food business to understand the necessity of developing a robust due diligence and risk-management framework.

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  • Three practical ways to sustain post transaction compliance

    Three practical ways to sustain post transaction compliance

    There are a number of considerations that must be given close attention to ensure that the prospective benefit of business transactions are not undermined. Learn about the top three.

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  • How much do you trust listing bodies and regulators

    How much do you trust listing bodies and regulators

    The need for tighter controls in financial services are exacerbated by rising incidents of misconduct especially in Asia and Hong Kong in particular...

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  • Identifying and avoiding weak links in your supply chain

    Identifying and avoiding weak links in your supply chain

    You are responsible for the conduct and integrity of your suppliers. Ensure that you have a watertight supplier risk management process.

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  • Corporate Transparency is great – but don’t go overboard

    Corporate Transparency is great – but don’t go overboard

    The aim of this article is to highlight the shortfalls of TI’s report and approach. There are many more facets to a good compliance programme that cannot simply be advocated publicly, and it is...

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  • The missing piece of country intelligence gathering

    The missing piece of country intelligence gathering

    Compliance risks appear to be receiving much less coverage than they deserve in typical country intelligence offerings.

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  • Implementing a holistic compliance culture across your global business

    Implementing a holistic compliance culture across your global business

    Identifying sanction-related risks can be daunting especially for entities with global operations and a large network of affiliates. More so, if the sanctions appear to be applicable or enforceable...

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  • How to nurture a culture of ethics

    How to nurture a culture of ethics

    Programmes that look good on paper may fall short if not put into action properly. A culture of ethics makes employees feel that acting ethically is the right thing to do.

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  • Things to think about when conducting bespoke due diligence

    Things to think about when conducting bespoke due diligence

    When considering the level of diligence, there tends to be a balance between the desire to look at the specific risks of that activity in detail and the need to build a process that is as efficient...

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  • Compliance risk assessments - Target your risks effectively

    Compliance risk assessments - Target your risks effectively

    Although the formalisation of the discipline of risk management is relatively recent, the notion of enterprise-wide risk management appeared in the 1960s and was developed in the insurance field...

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