DOJ Demonstrates Heightened Focus on Third-Party Risk

Recent guidance from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) on the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs provides best practices for assessing the effectiveness of a program, updating the information provided in 2017 and 2019.

The 2020 updates show an increased emphasis on the management of third party risk. What does this mean for corporations?

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DOJ Guidance on Evaluation of Corporate Compliance

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently published an updated version of its guidance on the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.

The guidance provides direction regarding corporate compliance best practices and addresses the three fundamental questions that should be used to evaluate a corporate compliance program.

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Digital Transformation Makes Compliance Easier

Digital transformation is a trend term that we hear a lot among businesses. However, this so-called transformation hasn’t arrived yet in most of the compliance departments. Organizations are implementing digital transformation in other areas, but why not in compliance departments.

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A Closer Look at Gifts and Entertainment Compliance

We are relentlessly curious about how organizations deal with their Gifts and Entertainment rules and policy globally. Thinking about that and not finding enough insights, we ran a survey to understand everything we could about Gifts and Entertainment Policy and Compliance trends.

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Women’s journey to the compliance world

It’s International Women’s Day this Sunday, March 8th and the theme for this year’s celebrations is #EachforEqual, with the message that “an equal world is an enabled world”. Meaning that we all can collectively help on the fight for women's rights, challenge stereotypes and celebrate women’s achievements. 

Thinking about the challenges that female professionals face in our industry we decided to touch point on a subject that was the focus of a study in the US and Europe, focusing on women's achievements and their potential for progression in compliance.

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