Third Party Oversight and Monitoring: How to Establish an Effective Third Party Auditing and Monitoring Program for Your Intermediaries, Distributors and Agents
Join The National Law Journal & Legal Times and the sharpest minds shaping today’s regulatory law for this highly anticipated day-long event featuring top federal regulators, legislators, law firms, lobbyists and lawyers discussing timely issues for both law firm attorneys and in-house counsel in 2013.
What Your Program Should Accomplish:
- Developing an appropriate third party oversight monitoring plan
- Customizing internal controls for each party to detect and prevent local anti-bribery issues — how much is too much vs. too little oversight?
- Forced marriages — what it means for compliance auditing when you can’t choose your partners
- Working with state-owned entities — how to monitor risk
- How to train your third parties on compliance monitoring
- Performing compliance audits of third parties
- Determining who should conduct the audit
- How to assess the results and recognizing when a problem exists
- Knowing when to terminate a relationship
- Defining the obligation to exercise “good faith” when monitoring your partners and third parties