There are positive reasons to monitor negative news, and in a year of global change and heightened risk awareness, this is a great chance for you to sense check your organisation’s current processes and ensure you’re minimising your risk exposure.
Join this webinar to learn how Adverse Media Monitoring can protect your brand, profitability, and stakeholder relationships. We’ll be discussing approaches and pitfalls, regulatory drivers, and sharing use cases across manufacturing, fashion and finance.
This session hosted by our partners, LexisNexis will cover:
Chris McDonagh, Regional VP
Chris McDonagh is head of the UK Nexis Solutions business. Overseeing day to day operations and managing the team responsible for customers who rely on LexisNexis solutions to successfully conduct risk and compliance. Chris has over 18 years’ experience within the compliance market, engaging with brands and assisting them to achieve their objectives and mitigate risks.
The long-standing theory of having an average of only six degrees of separation between any two people takes on an interesting twist when considered through a compliance and risk management lens. As organisations engage with an increasing number of third parties, global business networks have become more complex and interconnected. Nowadays, a third party may simultaneously be a customer, supplier, alliance partner, and even competitor. Given that people within (or outside of) companies commit fraud, organisations need to be able to see the network effect and the interrelationships between people and companies.
Despite this increase in complexity, Compliance and Risk leaders may find that it’s now easier to identify the “six degrees of separation” and connect the dots between their organisation’s third-party entities.Join the Dun & Bradstreet Third-Party Risk & Compliance practice’s Senior Product Director, Paul Westcott, and Product Management Leader, Tom Cosgrove, as they discuss how:
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