Employee, Client and Third Party Due Diligence

Most firms have vetting procedures in place when selecting counterparty affiliations and vendors or onboarding a new hire. Gathering initial background information to deem a person or organization as low risk is a great start, but in order to engage in truly effective due diligence practices, monitoring, oversight, and investigation must be ongoing. Download our whitepaper, Employee, Client and Third Party Due Diligence - The Cost of Ineffective Monitoring Procedures, to learn practical steps toward implementing an ongoing monitoring program.

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