Targeted compliance training generates tailor-made courses for every employee, comprising of the compliance topics that the individual needs to know in order to perform their day-to-day work activities and responsibilities.

  • 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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  • Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise

    Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise

    Webinar: Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise

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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 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Ongoing maintenance options for partner due diligence

    Ongoing maintenance options for partner due diligence

    Many companies look at the on-going nature of due diligence and look at repeating due diligence at regular intervals. There are a number of ways that this can be performed, and it depends on.

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  • Integrity in leadership – What is your stance?

    Integrity in leadership – What is your stance?

    Why do you need to work out someone’s stance on integrity? When conducting the project and interviewing the executives, there is a need to have some consistency when describing the...

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  • The difference between a private investigator and a due diligence professional

    The difference between a private investigator and a due diligence professional

    To me, a private investigator is someone who started for themself, who may or may not have previously worked for the police, who wanted to follow their dream. They may feel like a movie star at...

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  • How human resources teams can drive a compliance culture

    How human resources teams can drive a compliance culture

    In the constantly changing world of compliance, where new compliance laws and regulations are being introduced and old regulations are regularly updated, in order for...

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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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  • 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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  • Give your compliance training programme a leading edge

    Give your compliance training programme a leading edge

    In its Guidelines for Federal Prosecution of Corporations, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) states that when prosecutors are evaluating whether to file a charge against a company for...

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  • Adaptive online compliance training

    Adaptive online compliance training

    A new method of online compliance learning uses adaptive training techniques to train an entire employee population with one compliance course that changes with employees’ unique tasks at a company.

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  • Training: Re-evaluating your compliance training

    Training: Re-evaluating your compliance training

    Many companies default to the most basic form of training: some off-the-shelf e-learning modules, purchased from one of the well-known compliance vendors. This is certainly the most basic form of...

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  • Real-life training for real-life executives

    Real-life training for real-life executives

    An interview with Emma Sharma, the Director of Ethics and Compliance at the Supreme Group. As a global market leader specialising in developing and operating end-to-end customised logistics,...

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