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    Third-party risk management and onboarding

    What does a Refinitiv white paper say about how effective onboarding processes are a valuable first step in wider third-party risk management strategies?

    Human Rights Day: Ending Modern Slavery in Supply Chains | Refinitiv

    Listen to a special Human Rights Day episode of Refinitiv Perspectives LIVE about the fight against modern slavery within industry supply chains.

    How due diligence helps to assess risk

    Refinitiv’s due diligence report, Snapshot, enables companies to assess potential risks inherent in customer, business, and third-party relationships

    Fighting organized crime in sports

    A Europol report shines a spotlight on organized crime and sports corruption. How does screening and due diligence detect risk and fight financial crime?

    Digital solutions to fight financial crime

    How can digital solutions such as digital onboarding and digital ID help banks and financial institutions fight financial crime?

    How does third-party risk impact supply chains?

    What did a Refinitiv-commissioned survey of risk management and compliance professionals reveal about how third-party risk affects supply chains?

    The COVID-19 financial crime risks

    COVID-19 financial crime risk includes supply chain fraud and investment scams. What due diligence measures should organizations take to manage risk?

    COVID-19: Lessons from supply chain disruption

    Supply chain disruption due to COVID-19 highlights weakness in business continuity plans. How can enterprises use due diligence to be better prepared?

    Sanctions compliance in a shifting landscape

    Sanctions compliance is now more complex and challenging, with greater regulatory scrutiny. A Refinitiv webinar explains how to manage sanctions risk.

    FCPA fines show bribery and corruption risk

    Record FCPA fines highlight bribery and corruption risk. How can compliance teams close due diligence gap to avoid financial and reputational damage?