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International business attitudes to compliance: Mitigate your risks

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International business attitudes to compliance

 

Companies across the world are not backing up their rhetoric on compliance with the appropriate level of resources and prioritisation. 

Compliance has never been more crucial for international organisations, and it has never been tougher, particularly when it comes to anti-corruption. Along with high financial penalties and legal costs, compliance failure can cause lasting damage to a company’s reputation, value and morale.

This year’s report, based on a survey of senior executives responsible for compliance at 1,000 companies worldwide, reviewed a broad range of global compliance issues, from anti-corruption, to anti-money-laundering, anti-trust, privacy and data protection. 

The report will equip you with essential insight and recommendations, helping you to mitigate your compliance risk and capitalise on opportunities. 

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