Higher Education Risk Management Conference: Establishing International Programs: Risks and Due Diligence

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Globalization:

-- Reshaping the world in the past several decades:

.. continued growth of multinationals

.. increased cross-border workers and consumers

.. increased imported goods and services

-- Effect on higher education institutions:

.. challenge to become more transnational

.. students, faculty & staff more involved in international travel/activities

.. institutions prepare students for inter-dependent world, global competence skills.

- Excerpt from: Best Practices – International Expansion

In general:

•Establish Central Clearing House

•Develop Necessary Policies & Procedures

- On a case-specific basis:

•Conduct Adequate Advance Consultations & Planning

•Comprehensive Research (U.S. & Host country laws & practices)

•Robust Due Diligence

•Obtain Internal and External Approvals

•Structure Appropriately

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Topics:  Due Diligence, Global Economy, Risk Management

Published In: Education Updates, International Trade Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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