In-House Perspectives on Third-Party Due Diligence: Information Gathering (Part Two of Three)

Smart compliance practitioners know that every third-party due diligence program must be carefully tailored to meet that company’s specific needs and risk profile. However, there are certain types of information that most companies will want to gather as part of their due diligence process and there are just a handful of techniques companies can use to gather that information. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with representatives from a wide variety of companies, including BDP International, Public Interest Registry and TE Connectivity, about their third-party programs revealing eight basic categories of information a company may want to look for and four methods of getting that information. See “Due Diligence in Africa: The Human Intelligence Factor” (Apr. 12, 2017).

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