Third-Party Relationships Due Diligence

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The Missing Link in Third Party Due Diligence

It is one thing to screen a third-party at the on boarding process; it is quite another to build out an entire due diligence system that screens at renewal of a third-party relationship, monitors third-party activity and...more

Questioning Due Diligence Questionnaires — Keeping It Simple

Third Party questionnaires are a standard part of any due diligence process. They are emailed to the potential third-party business partner, filled out and sent back, or the third-party enters the information through an...more

Technology is Transforming Third Party Risk Management: Predicting the Future

The definition of “effectiveness” for a third party risk management program is quickly changing — how is your organization keeping up? I usually avoid predicting the future because you are bound to get something wrong. ...more

The Top 4 Questions to Ask in Due Diligence to Maximize & Protect IP Value

In today’s economy, few companies are wholly self-contained. Across industries, companies have suppliers, distributors and other partners to provide materials, products, market access, and/or data. For any company, the task...more

Third Parties and the Red Flags You Don’t See

Recently, I was reading a White Paper by Dun and Bradstreet titled “Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance for Third Parties: Is an off the shelf product enough?”. As the D&B paper points out, “the risks of insufficient...more

Working With Third Parties In The Due Diligence Process

On this day we celebrate the 1607 founding of the English colony at Jamestown. While credited with being the first English colony in what became America, it’s probably more accurate to refer to it as the first permanent...more

OCC Releases Guidance on Third-Party Relationships

The OCC issued guidance to national banks and federal savings associations in assessing and managing risks related to third-party relationships. The OCC defines a third-party relationship as “any business arrangement between...more

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