Risk Management Solutions from Thomson Reuters
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Screen for heightened-risk individuals and entities globally with Thomson Reuters World-Check, to help you know your customer and uncover hidden risks.
Customized online compliance training from Thomson Reuters, designed to fit your organization’s unique needs, and including anti-money laundering, diversity, sensitivity, and HIPAA courses.
Anticipate and navigate global regulatory compliance confidently with Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, the most comprehensive and trusted intelligence available for avoiding regulatory risk.
Third Party Risk
Compliance training courses
The discrimination training and harassment training courses examine the types of workplace conduct that are considered unlawful discrimination and harassment. It explains what employees, supervisors and managers should do to avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace and eeoc claims.
The Inclusion and Diversity training course explains workplace diversity laws, and also emphasizes the importance of treating everyone with respect and dignity and demonstrates how embracing workplace diversity training can be a sound business strategy.
Anti-Money Laundering Training is intended to familiarize employees with the process of money laundering and the laws that make it a crime.
White papers & expert talks
Examines the Internal Audit Maturity Curve, and the context around the different levels of internal audit leading practices for protocols, resources, methodology, and technology.
This white paper examines recent global trends and developments in financial crime including money laundering, counter terrorist financing, sanctions and bribery.
The political and regulatory focus on financial services firms continues unabated. While some of the big reforms - such as the wholesale recapitalization of banks - are beginning to draw to a close, many other cross-border regulatory changes still need to be developed and implemented.
In an industry paper, Asset Management 2020, PwC predicted that the industry would move centre stage within financial services through asset growth, globalization of distribution and a move into traditional banking and insurance areas such as non-bank finance and the management of pension related assets.
They say that what gets measured, gets managed, and now one group is trying to apply that principle to businesses’ treatment of human rights... Matt Kelly takes an in-depth look at the initiative The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB).
This white paper explores the complexity surrounding RBA (Risk Based Approach), taking a look at how the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF) is addressing this and outlines the key risks that need to be addressed.