Trust may not appear in a company’s financial accounts, but trust has been called “the most powerful currency in business.” Customers, investors, employees and suppliers all want to work with companies that they consider to be trustworthy.
State owned enterprises (SOEs) operate in countries around the world, accumulating assets currently equal to half of the global GDP—$45 trillion. While SOEs can make attractive business partners, they also expose organizations to increased regulatory risk for several reasons. Read our ebook!
Whether your organisation wants to meet Environmental, Social & Governance standards to satisfy investor pressure or establish a Corporate Social Responsibility programme to meet consumer expectations, one fact remains the same: Addressing forced labour risk falls squarely in the ‘Social‘ realm in any organisation’s ESG or CSR efforts.
2020 is a key year for Anti-Money Laundering regulation. The European Union’s Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5AMLD) came into force in January, and the Sixth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (6AMLD) will come into force in December. What do companies need to know about complying with the regulations