Monday, 4th August 2014
Risk and compliance is an area subject to increasing regulation and new types of compliance burdens. Register for the FreePint Topic Series: What You Need to Know Your Customer (KYC) to receive a free PDF report containing Tim Buckley Owen's commentary on how compliance tools can help make the complex research required for thorough compliance easier and more reliable, plus key chapters from three reviews of leading products.
As the FreePint Topic Series: What You Need to Know Your Customer (KYC) launches, Tim Buckley Owen highlights some of FreePint's reviews of compliance tools in areas from emerging markets to developed nations and the world's largest companies.
Registrants for the new Series will receive a PDF copy of the report "Know Your Customer - Contain Your Costs" which includes articles on Arachnys, Corporate Affiliations and WordsAnalytics, plus Tim's introductory editorial and commentary on work opportunities within the compliance field.
The FreePint Topic Series: What You Need to Know Your Customer (KYC) runs from July-September 2014 and includes articles, reviews and expert tips. If you'd like a copy of the free report containing the articles mentioned above, register your interest now. You'll also get a free PDF report with selected premium articles from this Series when it's published in September.
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