Mitigating Compliance Risk from Third Party Intermediaries

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Compliance officers need steady nerves to manage the legal and compliance risks posed by third-party intermediaries. Regardless of how well respected the third-party organization, how well written the contract, or how well established the brand company’s in-house compliance program, compliance requires effective third-party risk management. Read this paper and know the 5 critical steps in managing third-party compliance risk.

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