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Compliance: Yes or No?

Compliance: Yes or No? Following on from our previous article entitled “European Whistleblower Protection Directive: Key Requirements for Companies” (click to find out more) as if we were reading this week’s article, following on from the previous one (if you…

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European Whistleblower Protection Directive: Key Requirements for Companies

The European Whistleblower Protection Directive, formally known as Directive (EU) 2019/1937, establishes a regulatory framework for the protection of individuals who report wrongdoing in organizations. This directive is crucial for promoting transparency and accountability within companies. This article aims to…

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Anonymous Reporting Channel: The Advantages for Your Company

In a world where transparency and accountability are increasingly valued, companies face the challenge of dealing with internal irregularities effectively and ethically. In this context, an anonymous communication channel for reporting irregularities emerges as a key tool for promoting a…

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Obligated entities: Who should use the iBlow reporting channel in the European Union?

“Recently”, more precisely in December 2021, the European Union implemented the European Whistleblower Protection Directive 1937/2021, establishing a set of standards to protect whistleblowers and promote a culture of integrity and transparency in various entities. It’s main objective is to…

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The Consequences of Insurance Fraud for Companies: How to Protect Yourself and Mitigate Risks

Insurance fraud is a reality that many companies have to deal with. In addition to the direct financial impacts, such as monetary losses resulting from fraudulent claims, there are a number of other consequences that can significantly affect a company’s…

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Privacy and Whistleblowing: How to Protect Sensitive Data

Today we’re going to talk to you about privacy in the context of whistleblowing, because it’s doubly important to protect sensitive, personal data and other information when reporting whistleblowing, which can have a much higher degree of sensitivity, clearly depending…

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Checklist: How to choose the right compliance service for your company

Today’s business world is increasingly regulated, so ensuring legal and ethical compliance has become a priority for companies of all sizes and sectors. For many organizations, hiring a reliable compliance service is essential to ensure that they operate within legal…

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Transforming Compliance in the Financial Sector: Case Studies that Prove the Positive Impact

In the increasingly complex and regulated financial world, effective compliance has become a priority for financial institutions. The ability to rigorously comply with laws and regulations not only protects the integrity of the financial system, but also strengthens the confidence…

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Importance of the Compliance Department

The compliance department is essential for companies for a number of important reasons. Here are some of them that should be well thought out, internalized and the necessary actions taken to achieve them:   Legal compliance The main objective of…

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The Importance of Training in Compliance Processes

In today’s business landscape, where integrity and compliance are fundamental to the success and reputation of organizations, training in compliance processes has emerged as a pressing need. Compliance, or regulatory compliance, refers to compliance with applicable laws and regulations, as…

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