Unpacking the Global Third-Party Due Diligence Regulatory Landscape
Sponsored by OneTrust
This event qualifies for 1 CPE credit accredited by GRC Certify and NASBA if you meet the completion criteria (50 minutes of attendance and answer 100% of polls presented). Credit is automatically tracked to all of your OCEG / GRC Certify certifications and recorded on your CPE Transcript. You will also receive a NASBA certificate of completion by email.
Join this webinar to learn about the rapidly evolving third-party due diligence regulatory landscape.
- Learn about the current and upcoming regulations
- Understand the criteria that these regulations are setting to remain compliant
- Discover best practices for operationalizing your third-party due diligence program based around compliance across the different global frameworks
Jurisdictions around the world are passing a wave of new third-party due diligence regulations focused on human rights, environmental risks, and labor rights, creating a new set of obligations for companies to be aware of who they are doing business with. These regulations include the Dutch Due Diligence Act, the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive, the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, the Norwegian Transparency Act, and the Swiss Human Rights Due Diligence Law.
Developing a strategic plan for compliance will help your company eliminate human rights and environmental violations from your supply chain and escape costly consequences for noncompliance. Join this webinar to learn about the rapidly evolving third-party due diligence regulatory landscape.
Jisha Dymond, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at OneTrust,
Felipe França, Partner, KMN Law
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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