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Managing Third Party Compliance and Ethics Risk

20th May 2010

As global supply chains grow larger and more interconnected, no company can survive, let alone thrive, without depending upon a network of third parties and contractors. But with this interconnectedness comes great compliance and ethics risk. Anti‑corruption issues grab the headlines, but risk abounds in areas such as data collection as well. Plus, there is a great reputational risk when an outside sales agent, for example, acts in your company's name. This conference will examine the challenges business faces in managing third party compliance and ethics risks and the strategies companies are embracing to help manage it.

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