The Case for Risk-Based Due Diligence: A practical approach to a complex problem

March 2012
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The Case for Risk-Based Due Diligence: A practical approach to a complex problem

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This paper will discuss many of the leading global due diligence drivers and look at the regulatory landscape to help you design a compliance program that complies with worldwide, as well as local, regulations.

To capitalize on new opportunities in emerging markets, organizations must design and update their compliance programs to align with the global regulatory environment. In reviewing and understanding these requirements, many business leaders find updating an organization's compliance program, to carefully vet third party relationships, to be a complex and intricate business challenge. Getting it right helps to mitigate financial and fraud risk, improve returns on investment with intermediaries and provides a defensible program for reducing fines and penalties associated with compliance violations. This paper will discuss many of the leading global due diligence drivers and look at the regulatory landscape to help you design a compliance program that complies with worldwide, as well as local, regulations.