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Kroll have teamed up with Liberty Asia, a charitable organization, to produce a whitepaper series on the latest intelligence and best practice to mitigate any hidden compliance and reputational risks relating to human trafficking issues.

Below is the last of Richard Dailly and Duncan Jepson’s four reports: Buyer, beware!

You can read, download and share the PDF report below …

Tags: Compliance, Employment, Human Resouces, M&A, Risk
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Forewarned is forearmed
The third of four reports from Kroll and Liberty Asia on how to mitigate any hidden compliance and reputational risks relating to human trafficking issues …
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