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Empowered Third Party Due Diligence: Aravo and Dow Jones Risk & Compliance

With continued bribery and corruption enforcement actions high on the agenda of the regulators, companies should be looking to raise the bar on the due diligence of their third parties, both at onboarding and as part of a continuous monitoring process.

Against this backdrop, we’re pleased to announce today our integration of Dow Jones Risk & Compliance data with Aravo Enterprise.

This dynamic integration allows customers to seamlessly incorporate Dow Jones risk-relevant data on companies, individuals, court documents, sanctions and adverse media coverage directly into their due diligence process within the Aravo platform. All the appropriate workflow, documentation and audit trail activity is captured within Aravo to support better risk-based decisions, ongoing monitoring, and governance and reporting requirements.

You can find out more and watch a short demo of the integration here.

 

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Topics: risk and compliance, Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption, third party risk management, ABAC, governance, regulatory risk, Dow Jones, due diligence, audit, workflows, reporting, risk-scoring