Five Steps to Implementing a Risk-Based Due Diligence Program
Building a robust anti-bribery and anti-corruption program requires performing regular due diligence on third-party intermediaries. This protects your organization’s reputation, attracts investors and clients through transparent and ethical practices, and defends company leaders from personal liability. But how much and how often should this due diligence be conducted?
This step-by-step guide helps answer this question and provides actionable steps for implementing a risk-based due diligence program:
- Recognizing the challenges of risk identification
- Laying a strong foundation through stakeholder alignment
- Implementing a risk-based program in five steps
- Understanding why risk-based due diligence is essential