Value Chain and Third Parties

Increasingly, companies are realizing that operating an ethical business extends beyond how their own employees behave—they’re also responsible for choosing ethical partners and suppliers, and monitoring those links. These challenges are particularly acute for multinationals operating around the world. Our contributors weigh in on how you can evaluate your third-party relationships and build capacity in your value chain.

Dell Technologies Partners with Ethisphere for Integrity

Dell Technologies’ Digital Partner Program has helped its channel partners across Latin America to assess their anti-bribery and corruption controls and rise to meet international standards.

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AT&T: Third Party Standards & Audits

April 15th, 2020|

Raphael V. Estrada, AVP of Compliance, AT&T Mexico In 2017, on a rainy summer afternoon in Mexico City, news breaks on the radio, about Odebrecht—a Brazilian construction company that could be linked to Mexico’s ...

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U.S. Businessman Faces FCPA Charges

March 24th, 2016|

The Feds are ramping up prosecution efforts to combat corporate misconduct. Abraham Jose Shiera Bastidas, the owner of multiple U.S.-based energy companies pleaded guilty to FCPA and fraud charges for ...

Exposing FIFA’s Culture of Corruption

February 16th, 2016|

In a 60 Minutes interview titled, “Not Playing By the Rules? FIFA Scandal Unfolds,” Michael Hershman, President, The Fairfax Group and Ethisphere's Strategic Advisory Board member recounts his experience working to ...

National Anti-Money Laundering Survey Report 2015

November 12th, 2015|

Canada's Compliance Officers Speak Out When it comes to compliance with Canada’s anti-money laundering (AML) and anti-terrorist financing (ATF) rules, regulated entities labour under a significant burden. To understand the ...