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    9 October 2017

    Sweden: a world leader for transparency

    Openness and transparency are considered as “vital parts of Swedish democracy” and all those principles of freedom are reflected in some fundamental laws which govern the Swedish constitution.....More

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    27 March 2017

    Brexit, Fintech and Big Data: Joining the dots in Ireland

    It is fascinating how apparently unconnected points can be linked to reveal compliance challenges and opportunities. How, for example, does Brexit connect us to AML regulations, FinTech and Big Data in Ireland?....More

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    19 January 2017

    Ireland, Technology and Integrity

    A large number of global information, communication and technology (ICT) companies are based in Ireland.....More

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    28 November 2016

    No Double Dutch in sight! Corporate Governance and Anti-Bribery Standards in the Netherlands

    The Netherlands has a long history of navigating the world and trading with other countries. Trade creates wealth and is a vehicle to spread new knowledge and best practices. But trade also raises tremendous risks, especially in regions outside Western Europe and the United States.....More

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    25 October 2016

    Sweden: A World Leader for Transparency

    Sweden was the first country in the world to introduce freedom of the press as a constitutional right in 1766. This long tradition included the principle of freedom of information, giving both the general public and the mass media access to public records.....More

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    25 August 2016

    Germany: Trusting Third Parties

    German companies have developed a complex supply chain integrated by thousands of third parties, subsidiaries and agents worldwide. As the strategic importance – and Compliance risks - of third parties increases, companies have to mitigate business risks while building trust in their partners.....More

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    25 August 2016

    Germany: Trusting Third Parties

    German companies have developed a complex supply chain integrated by thousands of third parties, subsidiaries and agents worldwide . As the strategic importance – and Compliance risks - of third parties increases, companies have to mitigate business risks while building trust in their partners.....More

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    28 July 2016

    Switzerland: Tone from the Top of the Alps

    A high percentage of Switzerland's surface is covered by the Alps. The melting of glaciers, located at the top of the mountains, generates flows of clean – and essential - water for a wide range of ecosystems downstream. This natural geological phenomenon helps us to illustrate the importance of the commitment from the Board of Directors and Senior Management to implement compliance across all hierarchical levels in Swiss companies.....More

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