Supply Chain Risk Management

Suppliers can positively contribute to a company's integrity and compliance programme, from the start of the selection process and throughout the life cycle of the product offerings.

  • 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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  • Webinar: Executive outlook for supply chain 2019

    Webinar: Executive outlook for supply chain 2019

    SDCE’s annual Executive Outlook educational webinar brings together industry executives for a roundtable discussion of the top-level trends and developments taking shape in the supply chain sector.

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  • Third party compliance without slowing down the business

    Third party compliance without slowing down the business

    Effective procurement and purchasing processes are vital for any company. If these processes are slowed down or delayed, it can cause ripples throughout a company’s entire supply chain...

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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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  • Compliance should actively engage in CSR initiatives

    Compliance should actively engage in CSR initiatives

    Had the compliance team been involved in CSR initiatives, looking out for tenders and payments from the start, organisations will stand a much lower chance of non-compliance.

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

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  • 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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  • 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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  • How to manage compliance risks created by intermediaries

    How to manage compliance risks created by intermediaries

    Dealing with intermediaries contains risk, and that risk increases if the intermediaries have no interest, capacity, or resources to formulate their own effective compliance 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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  • Integrity due diligence in 30 points

    Integrity due diligence in 30 points

    The Red Flag Group has seen a significant increase of interest into a variety of risks that extend beyond the previously narrow focus of many companies.

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  • Effective supplier due diligence vital in food industry

    Effective supplier due diligence vital in food industry

    The golden arches of McDonald’s Corporation are recognisable all over the world. Many people think of it as the classic, all-American fast food meal, and people in Japan, Morocco and Russia know...

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  • Things to think about when conducting bespoke due diligence

    Things to think about when conducting bespoke due diligence

    What is the purpose of setting standard scopes when conducting due diligence? When considering the level of diligence that is due for any particular activity, there tends to be a balance between...

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  • Due diligence challenges and possible remediation steps in India

    Due diligence challenges and possible remediation steps in India

    Conducting due diligence in India differs significantly from conducting due diligence in other countries. In particular, foreign corporations need to understand the Indian business environment,...

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  • Supplier Integrity® | Supply Chain Risk Management - Product Developments

    Supplier Integrity® | Supply Chain Risk Management - Product Developments

    A few years ago we recognised that the supply chain was a very weak link in the compliance, integrity and risk world. Suppliers were vetted for so many things but rarely anything that was reputation..

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  • Don’t expect the business to manage third party onboarding tasks

    Don’t expect the business to manage third party onboarding tasks

    The former best practice of burdening business teams with managing time-consuming onboarding tasks may be ending. While the business owns relationships with its third parties...

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  • Is your supply chain risk management programme just a one-trick pony?

    Is your supply chain risk management programme just a one-trick pony?

    Risk can come from a variety of sources and affect your business in different ways, from regulatory infraction to reputational damage.

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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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