Aligning Due Diligence to Corporate Ethical Sourcing Goals


Date :August 16, 2016
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Presented By:
LexisNexis



As governments, NGOs and consumers alike push for greater corporate social responsibility, the pressure to conduct expanded due diligence mounts.

Join us for an exclusive Sourcing Industry Group (SIG) webinar that explores how robust due diligence empowers sourcing professionals to meet ethical sourcing initiatives.

During the webinar, Karen E. Gray, Entity Due Diligence and Monitoring Specialist for LexisNexis, will discuss the importance of:

•Staying alert to government sanctions, watch lists and PEPs to mitigate the risk of conducting business with unethical third parties

•Using in-depth industry and country risk analysis reports to evaluate potential environmental, bribery or forced labor risks

•Reviewing litigation histories and tracking negative news to improve awareness of a third-party’s potential to cause reputational damage

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