The utility industry is one of the most regulated industries in the United States, and the compliance process is similar to that of other industries. Learn more in this podcast!
Privacy Shield raises questions but offers few surprises
The Privacy Shield replaces the data transfer arrangement generally known as Safe Harbor, which was invalid...
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Market development funds and third party compliance
Market development funds (MDFs) are a good way to promote and market one’s business interests through indirect channel partners...
Preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act
Businesses are required to be CCPA-compliant or risk monetary liability or civil action. What actions do you need to prepare for compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act?
Webinar: Practical steps to create or improve your whistleblowing system
Practical steps to create or improve your whistleblowing system
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.
Avoiding successor liability
Understanding the background of your target, prior to transacting, plays a crucial role in minimising exposure to potential liabilities and risks.
Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise
Webinar: Driving Integrity into the Supply Chain | Report and Optimise
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.
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.
The missing piece of country intelligence gathering
Compliance risks appear to be receiving much less coverage than they deserve in typical country intelligence offerings.
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.
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...
How technology can lighten the load for compliance officers
The role of compliance officers is changing – from being auditors to business advisors. More than ever before, compliance officers are being asked to partner with channel sales, procurement and other
Reflections on the 2018 CPO Study
This time last year The Red Flag Group® collaborated with ProcureCon to conduct a study on the direction that 2018 would take for technology and the strategic transformation of procurement departments
Technology and infrastructure reviews for third party programme implementation
We worked to understand the infrastructure and systems in their highest risk business units. We suggested they use their internal systems to implement all or part of the programmes.
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...
Webinar: Using technology to optimise and improve the management of your Gifts, Travel and Entertainment (GTE) programme
Gifts, Travel and Entertainment (GTE) webinar
Uber's case for compliance
The compliance woes of Uber Technology Inc. (“Uber”) have been all over the news recently. Let’s examine the steps taken by Uber and its Board after a former Uber engineer published a blog on February
The 10 steps to achieving a data privacy compliance framework
Managing the risks of data privacy is a significant undertaking for any organisation. Having a framework in place to manage the continuous nature of the programme is essential.
Our 10 year anniversary and The Red Flag Group in numbers
Founded in 2006, the Firm has evolved and rapidly grown to meet the needs of our clients, developing cutting-edge information and technology solutions to complement our due diligence and advisory...
Compliance software – a solution or creating another problem?