UK & Ireland

Content focused in the United Kingdom and Ireland

  • Why app-based misconduct reporting solutions work better than traditional landline hotlines

    Why app-based misconduct reporting solutions work better than traditional landline hotlines

    App-based hotlines or helplines can be more reliable and user-friendly than those serviced by human beings. For the compliance industry, this provides an exciting opportunity to maximise security...

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  • Happy holidays! Just don’t wrap your GTE offers into bribes

    Happy holidays! Just don’t wrap your GTE offers into bribes

    The holiday gift-giving season is the time for Compliance Officers to stay on top of their game and ensure that no gift of value goes to an external partner.

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  • 23 - 24 April 2018 - Corporate Counsel and Compliance Exchange (London)

    23 - 24 April 2018 - Corporate Counsel and Compliance Exchange (London)

    Corporate Counsel Exchange delegates are hand-picked for the unique advantage by creating an unparalleled level of discussion and an ideal environment for idea generation...

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  • If repeating due diligence is obvious, why don’t more companies do it?

    If repeating due diligence is obvious, why don’t more companies do it?

    Your third parties and their business integrity are constantly fluctuating. One moment they look totally fine and the next they are caught up in some regulatory issue, litigation or a customer...

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  • Webinar: Is your China Compliance function keeping up with your global programme?

    Webinar: Is your China Compliance function keeping up with your global programme?

    During this webinar, we will share experiences and leading practices that may help you manage your compliance programme when dealing with China third parties.

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  • China has made a major change to the way companies sell drugs and medical devices

    China has made a major change to the way companies sell drugs and medical devices

    The Chinese government has changed the way medical devices and drugs are sold to hospitals, clinics and state-sponsored medical offices.

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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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  • 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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  • Building a risk-scoring methodology for distributors and resellers

    Building a risk-scoring methodology for distributors and resellers

    There are two main resources you will need to rate the risks of third parties: firstly, information about the entity (provided from any of a number of sources), and secondly, the people who will...

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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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  • South Carolina money laundering law targets drug trafficking

    South Carolina money laundering law targets drug trafficking

    The new law, which comes into effect in June 2017, will see the South Carolina’s Office of the Attorney General assume responsibility for tracking all money transfers.

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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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  • Fiat Chrysler troubles highlight need for more holistic approach to compliance

    Fiat Chrysler troubles highlight need for more holistic approach to compliance

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) opened 2016 on a sour note, having to vigorously deny accusations of fraud and racketeering by a car dealer in the United States. Napleton Automotive Group is...

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  • What the SFO wants from companies seeking DPAs

    What the SFO wants from companies seeking DPAs

    CI: To what extent do you envisage companies being granted DPAs more regularly in the future? AM: We’ll see. The point is that we decide how to deal with each case based on its own specific...

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  • The importance of third party compliance programmes

    The importance of third party compliance programmes

    Third parties work at various levels of almost all organisations and, at times, even act on behalf of organisations. Therefore, it is essential to acknowledge the significant risk of engaging...

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  • Australia vows to step up with data security

    Australia vows to step up with data security

    On 3 December 2015, the Australian Government finally released its exposure draft for the Privacy Amendment (Notification of Serious Data Breaches) Bill 2015. Publication of the accompanying...

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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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  • Choose your risk management tools wisely

    Choose your risk management tools wisely

    There is a growing channel-sales compliance trend of conducting due diligence on all partners in the channel. This means that every partner gets effectively the same due diligence, or at least...

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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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