International Corporate Compliance, Fourth Edition
s can be handy to create agendas for meetings, task lists for projects and guidance for a quick health check on an organization’s compliance status. They should not create a false sense of completeness though. With the following checklist, you should be able to determine major gaps and get a discussion about compliance going.
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