Europe

Content focused in the Europe region

  • Things to consider when checking sanctioned partners

    Things to consider when checking sanctioned partners

    The level at which known global organisations are failing to flag sanction breaches or are being fined for sanctions violations says a lot about the understanding of due diligence and screening in...

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  • What happened in 2018? United Kingdom Compliance Review

    What happened in 2018? United Kingdom Compliance Review

    In the seven years since the United Kingdom Bribery Act commenced, the topic of anti-corruption has continuously been in the public eye and on the United Kingdom Government’s agenda...

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  • The top five areas organisations should focus on to meet GDPR obligations

    The top five areas organisations should focus on to meet GDPR obligations

    With the imminent commencement of the European Union’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), companies are struggling to bring their privacy programmes up to the new standard...

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  • Expanding your compliance programme globally

    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...

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  • Webinar: How to perform privacy impact assessments on key compliance programmes to meet your GDPR obligations

    Webinar: How to perform privacy impact assessments on key compliance programmes to meet your GDPR obligations

    Webinar: How To Design and Manage Compliance Products Which Meet The GDPR Directive

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  •  Understanding Russia – essential for every compliance officer

    Understanding Russia – essential for every compliance officer

    Being successful in managing compliance in Russia means understanding the market and knowing how to act.

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  • The Red Flag Group: Our capabilities in the Nordics

    The Red Flag Group: Our capabilities in the Nordics

    In 2013 the Firm entered the Nordics region to connect with companies across Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. To support this growth our dedicated European professional services and client service

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  • Sapin II: A new era of anti-corruption law in France

    Sapin II: A new era of anti-corruption law in France

    The anti-corruption law known as “Sapin II” was passed in the hopes of bringing French anti-corruption legislation in line with the strictest European and international standards.

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  • The Red Flag Group: Regional updates

    The Red Flag Group: Regional updates

    Quarterly news and updates from our Regions; Americas; Europe, MENA, DACH, APAC and Australia. Insight on new office openings and new positions, as well as focus areas and successes.

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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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  • Conflict minerals reporting is improving though some could do better

    Conflict minerals reporting is improving though some could do better

    A new disclosure requirement under United States law, which obligates companies to audit their supply chains in order to determine whether any materials are sourced from conflict mines in the ...

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  • Reputational concerns mount for Apple following EU tax ruling

    Reputational concerns mount for Apple following EU tax ruling

    A poor understanding of complex cross-border fiscal and taxation policies can result in the possible violation of relevant laws. However, utilising complex cross-border arrangements to knowingly ...

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  • The impact of ‘Brexit’ for compliance officers

    The impact of ‘Brexit’ for compliance officers

    We will have to wait and see what the consequences will be for the compliance community, as many of the topics will be subject to negotiation as part of any deals for the United Kingdom to retain some

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  • Shadow of Volkswagen scandal hangs over Germany

    Shadow of Volkswagen scandal hangs over Germany

    While Germany has been praised for its moral leadership during Europe’s refugee crisis, a big question mark remains over whether the same could be said about the country’s corporate world. The...

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  • Much ado about nothing in EU decision on monitoring of workplace electronic communications

    Much ado about nothing in EU decision on monitoring of workplace electronic communications

    ‘Private Messages at Work can be Read by EU Employers’ blared the BBC online recently in the sort of alarmist over-simplification normally best left to the Daily Mail. An employee at an unnamed...

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  • Lessons learned from the Volkswagen emissions scandal

    Lessons learned from the Volkswagen emissions scandal

    The September resignation of Volkswagen’s CEO shows how hard it is to run an organisation from an ethical perspective. With a multinational company as large as Volkswagen (the company was ranked...

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  • Modern slavery and supply chains: UK government response

    Modern slavery and supply chains: UK government response

    The previous United Kingdom government launched a consultation on 11 February 2015 seeking views in relation to the transparency in supply chains provision in the Modern Slavery Act...

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  • The dangers of modern-day slavery

    The dangers of modern-day slavery

    Below is an excerpt from the webinar. To access the complete complimentary webinar, please go to www.complianceinsider.com/webinar/view/2981.

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  • Spanish Criminal Code 2015 amendment: advocating a stronger compliance culture

    Spanish Criminal Code 2015 amendment: advocating a stronger compliance culture

    In 2010, Spanish legislators amended the Criminal Code and introduced the concept of corporate criminal legal liability for a number of crimes, including corruption and bribery.

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  • Romania’s anti-graft momentum demands reputational intelligence

    Romania’s anti-graft momentum demands reputational intelligence

    In mid-July, Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta was formally charged with forgery, money laundering and complicity in tax fraud. It had long been alleged that Ponta was involved in corruption.

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