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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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Company spends $25 million on Gifts

Last year, two executives of Herbalife Ltd. were charged after spending $25 million on entertainment and gifts for Chinese officials in 10 years period, to facilitate the company operations in some regions in China.

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DOJ’s new guidance – Q/A with Susan Divers

Recently, we held a live webinar with special guest Susan Divers from LRN to get her take on the expanded guidance released 30 April, 2019. We thought we’d pick her brain further on this guidance and on high-performing compliance programs.

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5 tips to create a high impact compliance program

What makes a high impact compliance program? Given the state of many corporate compliance programs, it’s a question we get a lot. Here at MCO, we look at more than just the checklist of activities or the features or even the hotline to report potential violations. Fundamentally, business has shifted from simple checklists to how behavior is being impacted.

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