Onboarding Technology

Onboarding processes involve cross-checking people, organisations and vessels that could present compliance or integrity risks. This should be done to stay compliant with global regulations, sanction regimes & export controls.

  • How you can benefit from predictive analytics

    How you can benefit from predictive analytics

    The fact that we can predict opportunities in business, we may as well predict compliance and integrity risks. Traditionally, risk management has focused on mitigation and remediation - what might...

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  • Supplier risk scoring explained: a car buying experience

    Supplier risk scoring explained: a car buying experience

    The Risk Analyser built into the Supplier Integrity® platform gives clients a well-considered risk score based on over a decade of research and business intelligence. This score helps organizations...

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  • Drive channel sales by optimising partner onboarding

    Drive channel sales by optimising partner onboarding

    Drive Channel Sales by Optmising Partner Onboarding

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  • Enhancing global oversight of third parties

    Enhancing global oversight of third parties

    We created a more consistent risk-based approach across the global business owners and processes to enhance global oversight from the compliance department.

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  • Managed Services Business Case

    Managed Services Business Case

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  • The challenges of third party compliance

    The challenges of third party compliance

    IMDEX, leading global mining equipment, technology and services company was looking for additional review, assessment and remediation of the compliance risks facing the company’s third parties.

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  • IntegraWatch® | Compliance Screening - Product Developments

    IntegraWatch® | Compliance Screening - Product Developments

    This year we have created a new business unit, Information Services, to focus on gathering the data that our clients need to properly manage their compliance risks.

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  • Webinar: Third-party due diligence and remediation | How to effectively deal with red flags

    Webinar: Third-party due diligence and remediation | How to effectively deal with red flags

    If your due diligence assessment indicates issues that require further attention, it is important to consider the types and source of information that are available and necessary to make a sound...

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  • Pre-acquisition due diligence

    Pre-acquisition due diligence

    A Resource Guide to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, released by the DOJ and SEC in November 2012, was the first time that many compliance practitioners considered conducting pre-acquisition due

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  • Which resources are required for a third party compliance programme?

    Which resources are required for a third party compliance programme?

    When The Red Flag Group is assisting companies to roll out third party compliance programmes, the firm is often asked which resources will be required to oversee and maintain those programmes...

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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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  • Webinar: The importance of recurring due diligence and compliance checks on third parties

    Webinar: The importance of recurring due diligence and compliance checks on third parties

    Monitoring your third parties such as suppliers and distributors on a regular basis is essential to detecting new risks and changes that could increase your risk exposure. Often,...

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  • 5 step process for preparing third party due diligence

    5 step process for preparing third party due diligence

    The first and most obvious way to reduce numbers is to remove duplicates. While this sounds very simple, it can be made much more complex when organisations operate with your company in multiple count

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  • Maximising screening across the entire business

    Maximising screening across the entire business

    There has been a trend over the last few years for governments to hand over to large businesses responsibilities for protecting people from modern-day slavery. This push on the part of...

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  • Essential screening for vessels used in your supply or distribution chain

    Essential screening for vessels used in your supply or distribution chain

    Standard due diligence on vessels and their related parties may not reveal ties to governments, entities, and individuals that are under sanctions.Therefore, many companies choose to go a step...

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  • The rise of standardisation: a cure for regulatory uncertainty

    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...

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  • Database screening for third party compliance

    Database screening for third party compliance

    Companies have a number of choices when deciding how to quantify and deal with the compliance risks related to their partners. For higher-risk partners, active due diligence exercises can be...

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  • Companies adopt a wait-and-see approach to ISO 37001

    Companies adopt a wait-and-see approach to ISO 37001

    Although ISO committee members described the new ISO 37001 anti-bribery standards as a turning point for anti-corruption compliance programmes, many organisations appear content to rely on their ...

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  • Compliance software – a solution or creating another problem?

    Compliance software – a solution or creating another problem?

    Compliance software can include any technology which is used to aid a compliance officer in the daily running of their compliance programmes. The technology itself can range from simple emails...

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  • Understanding data and insight

    Understanding data and insight

    Since the days of the United States Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission requiring companies to conduct adequate due diligence on third parties in order to meet their...

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