That question has always been at the core of doing due diligence, but is absolutely critical when considering business overseas — and especially so in emerging markets. At a time when anti-terrorism efforts are running high, state-imposed sanctions abound, with the United States and United Kingdom leading the crack down on bribery, corruption, money laundering and cross-border profit-shifting. For businesses with global operations, that means making sure all deals are thoroughly vetted and above board — or facing the consequences.
- Murray Lawson
- Forensic & Litigation Consulting
- Business Protection & Risk
- June, 2017