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FCPA Blog: The Risk of Relying on Auditors to Find Fraud

Kick-back schemes, corrupt employees, and violations of your Code of Conduct are all risks facing businesses every day. To combat these threats, companies often rely on auditors to protect them. But are auditors really the answer? Read more

CEP Magazine: Best Practices When Responding to Hotline Reports

Hotlines can often be the most valuable tool in the compliance, legal and human resources toolbox. In fact, hotline reports often notify organizations about serious problems long before they come to light through other organizational controls. Read more

The Real Risks of Doing Business in Russia

Every day there is a new story on corrupted power in Russia and the United States’ efforts to combat it. We know the key players. We know their games. The key question is how do we properly protect US business and political interests? Read more

FCPA Blog: Take These Counter-Measures to Prevent China IP Thefts

The theft of intellectual property (IP) is a challenge facing organizations and industries operating globally. A special risk involves Chinese nationals both in and outside the PRC using less than sophisticated methods to steal IP. Read more

Protecting Your Bottom Line in High-Risk Markets

Now is a good time to review the effectiveness of your compliance program. Make sure your processes are risk-based and adequate to avoid government investigations and charges. Read more

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Webinar: How to Respond to Hotline Reports

Listen to a full replay of Red Flag Reporting's webinar, "How to Respond to Hotline Reports" featuring President and CEO Jeffrey M. Klink. Read more

SCCE Podcast: Jeff Klink on Kickback Schemes and Due Diligence in Asia

Klink & Co. president and CEO Jeffrey M. Klink discusses the challenges of global compliances programs, especially those operating in Asia, in a new SCCE podcast with Adam Turteltaub. Read more

Corporate Compliance Insights: 7 Crucial Steps To Improved Internal Investigations

When allegations of misconduct are raised, leadership should quickly turn its attention to an internal investigation. Depending on the nature of the supposed wrongdoing, the matter may need to be investigated quickly. Read more

Financier Worldwide: Ongoing Risks in China

Conducting business in any country without doing appropriate homework beforehand can be perilous. Every country has its own set of problems, and that certainly includes the US. Read more

Compliance & Ethics Professional: Procurement fraud booming in emerging markets and costing billions

In began my career investigating corruption within the New York City government. One of my first cases involved a vendor bribing a city procurement official to win contracts worth tens of thousands of dollars to perform maintenance in city-owned buildings. Read more

 

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Jeana Dollear
jdollear@klink-co.com 
412.248.2112