Wednesday, 30th July 2008
In these times of economic slowdown, reputational management can become more important than ever. Michele Bate shares her approach for performing due diligence to ensure that companies enter new business relationship and undertake key hiring with eyes wide open.
An article in the British newspaper The Times on 21 February 2008 quoted research by World Check, which found that the names of almost 4,000 directors of British companies appear on international watchlists of alleged fraudsters, money launderers, terror financiers and corrupt officials. Would you want to do business with these people, without checking them out first?
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