Whether our clients are entering a new market, engaging a new consultant or distributor, or acquiring a new business, we help them conduct appropriate, risk-based corruption due diligence to assess the associated risks and develop a plan for mitigating any risks.
Knowing how much due diligence is enough requires real-world experience, considered judgment, and insightful analysis. We believe in a practical and risk-based approach, one that is tailored to the company and transaction at issue, so that our clients can focus their compliance resources where they are most needed. We are well positioned to help our clients benchmark how their due diligence approach (both as to third parties and business transactions) compares to the approaches of their peers and to assess whether the regulators will feel that the level of diligence completed is sufficient given the risks.
We also work closely with clients in developing reasonable anti-corruption-related agreements and contract provisions, and anti-corruption training modules for third parties.
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