Transparency International says national anti-money laundering laws have “a long way to go” to meet the global standards, with beneficial ownership being the “weakest link” in global financial systems. Read our latest blog post on why AML investment is “good business sense”.
A bill on post-Brexit sanctions policy is expected soon, but the uncertainty surrounding what may happen in the future means that organisations with a global footprint will have to maintain a close eye on changes in sanctions. How should companies monitor for changes across a wider number of sanctions and watch lists?
In the latest episode of the #SmallDataForum podcast, we discuss the latest piece of Big News to our usual scrutiny - the lively debate about old vs new media. The growth of social media and the EU Referendum are both huge topics in this episode, listen today!
How many people are seeing your PR messages? This is likely one of the first and most important metrics you check once a story you've pitched reaches the masses. As long as brands consider the importance of credible and relevant media outlets very early in a campaign, they can focus hard on these particular channels.
42 percent of UK adults surveyed trust news organisations and even fewer—29 percent—trust journalists. And social media is adding fuel to the fire. Check out our TV producers fast guide to fact checking to ensure that on air content is factually accurate to build trust once again.
It's time for the latest podcast in the series, episode 8 of the Small Data Forum. Neville Hobson, Thomas Stoeckle & Sam Knowles partake in an extensive discussion on The Facebook files, machine learning and managing change and the fake news phenomenon.
Recent allegations that Novartis bribed doctors in Greece serve as a reminder that the pharmaceutical industry continues to have a high risk of bribery and corruption. We look at the reasons behind the risk, and how companies can enhance compliance risk mitigation.
Now's the time to begin thinking about updating your due diligence strategies and processes. While full enforcement is not required until January 1, 2021, the new regulation requiring importers of certain minerals from conflict-affected countries to meet supply chain due diligence requirements is underway.
How many board directors would offer bribes to win new contracts? The EY Fraud report’s authors found that a “significant proportion” of the employees they interviewed said they could justify unethical behaviour to improve a company’s or their personal earnings.
#whomademyclothes is the question that Fashion Revolution asks every year in Fashion Revolution week. The initiative is aimed at raising awareness of social sustainability issues in fashion supply chains, including modern slavery and human trafficking.