Anti-corruption certification to ease due diligence? Zurich roundtable on 19 November
Does your company do business in emerging markets? Wouldn’t it be helpful if you could really rely on the certification of a local business partner in those markets?
If you know you can trust the certifier and the certification process, due diligence will be quicker and easier - at least in theory.
The Basel Institute's International Centre for Collective Action is launching an innovative project to explore certification and its role in anti-corruption due diligence. You'll find full details here on the B20 Collective Action Hub.
If you’re interested in being involved on a non-committal, free and informal basis, do join our roundtable discussion on the afternoon of 19 November, 2019 in Zurich, Switzerland. It's aimed at compliance officers and anyone else dealing with the collection or evaluation of third-party due diligence information in developing/emerging markets. It will be held in English.
To register your interest and receive full details, please submit your name and email address on this form. (We won’t use this information for anything else.)
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