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In the modern world, perceptions of association with the taint of slavery (when used in its historic sense) result in severe presentational and reputational damage to businesses. This article takes a look at what this means for organizations and the actions they can take to help ensure they can comply with legislation and protect their reputation.
Financial services firms and their regulators had a busy but largely straightforward year in 2016. Well resourced, business-specific risk and control infrastructures have always been a required core competency for firms but 2017 is set to test the resilience of all firms.