Cross-border investigations: Are you prepared for the challenge?
Cross-border investigations: Are you prepared
Conducting cross-border investigations is no simple endeavor. Add the complexities of legal and cultural differences, and you have arguably one of the biggest challenges facing global corporations today. There are obstacles at every step of a cross-border investigation and understanding where the pitfalls are along the way and how to navigate them can help you avoid critical missteps.
At each stage of a cross-border investigation, there are unique challenges that require forethought and planning to manage the risks and to respond swiftly and appropriately
This report Cross-border investigations: Are you prepared for the challenge? provides meaningful guidance on conducting cross-border investigations based on the experience of investigations professionals working around the world and discussions with sixty global executives who are responsible for managing their organization’s cross-border investigations and the challenges and obstacles they regularly face.
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