Whitepapers

We produce whitepapers on key compliance, integrity and ethics issues and trends spurring the industry.

  • Using human resources to make compliance more effective

    Using human resources to make compliance more effective

    While many practitioners do not initially consider HR as a key component of a compliance solution, it can be one of the linchpins in spreading a company’s commitment to compliance throughout the...

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  • Analytics in compliance

    Analytics in compliance

    With the industry also increasingly encouraging the commoditisation of various compliance products and services, it is more important than ever that compliance professionals seek holistic solutions.

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  • The complete guide to the 23 risk areas

    The complete guide to the 23 risk areas

    Understanding your third party is more than just knowing the list of your third parties. Knowing your third party means that, you understand precisely the work they do for you, how they do it and why.

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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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  • Human rights and multinational business

    Human rights and multinational business

    This paper demonstrates that the sanctions and best-practice recommendations on the energy and resources sector consequently extend to all producers and consumers.

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  • AML breach rise in Hong Kong confirms need for KYC compliance

    AML breach rise in Hong Kong confirms need for KYC compliance

    Investigations by the SFC revealed unsatisfactory monitoring and inadequate reporting of suspicious transactions across a number of nancial institutions in Hong Kong, according to Reuters.

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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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  • Policy management and compliance

    Policy management and compliance

    With competing requests, IT often don’t get a chance to make changes to websites (they have bigger and better things to manage). Left unmanaged, intranet pages become a confusing mess of policies.

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  • Special report: Recurring third party due diligence

    Special report: Recurring third party due diligence

    Lots of firms think that once they have a contract with a supplier then it becomes a trustworthy part of the team, which is not true.

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  • Special report: Work with a dedicated compliance partner to better serve your clients

    Special report: Work with a dedicated compliance partner to better serve your clients

    Many companies see the value in working with compliance-specific consulting firms such as The Red Flag Group to conduct due diligence, background checks, risk assessments, and improve compliance.

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  • Best practices in distributor audits

    Best practices in distributor audits

    An audit of distributors needs to be focused, with appropriate methods used to obtain information that is useful, relevant and, above all else, actionable.

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  • Importance of a KYC process for every company

    Importance of a KYC process for every company

    While there are regulatory requirements for banks and insurance companies to ‘know’ their customers, there is no legal obligation for non-financial organisations to conduct integrity screenings.

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  • Supplier codes of conduct

    Supplier codes of conduct

    Many companies are starting to recognise the importance and value of having a written code of conduct for their suppliers and other third parties.

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  • Building effective compliance programmes for third parties

    Building effective compliance programmes for third parties

    As the compliance function becomes increasingly sophisticated, organisations are realising that it is the third parties acting on its behalf that actually causes the most significant compliance risk.

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  • European codes of conduct

    European codes of conduct

    The best practices for codes are evolving. Companies that have never had a code are drafting them for the first time.

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  • Best practices in conducting FCPA / anti-bribery due diligence

    Best practices in conducting FCPA / anti-bribery due diligence

    Any organisation that sells through channel partners should have a due diligence programme in place, where it conducts proactive integrity analysis on its channel partners prior to engaging them.

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  • The importance of corporate gift and entertainment policies

    The importance of corporate gift and entertainment policies

    Increased regulatory scrutiny and a number of high-profile scandals have driven companies to provide specific guidance to employees via gifts, travel and entertainment policies.

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  • Adequate procedures in anti-bribery compliance

    Adequate procedures in anti-bribery compliance

    Every organisation in the world operates in a market that restricts bribery to public officials. Often, there are laws which prohibit commercial bribery.

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  • Code of conduct study - United Kingdom

    Code of conduct study - United Kingdom

    This study presents an overview of companies in the implementation of their codes of conduct, as well as evaluating their effectiveness in adapting to the current compliance environment.

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  • Corporate governance and compliance Hong Kong 2012

    Corporate governance and compliance Hong Kong 2012

    The code of conduct is an organisation’s primary vehicle by which it can show the standards of behaviour it expects and the and the levels of integrity and ethical practices it adheres to.

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