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L’IA e la tutela dei diritti umani

Květen 2024
Il Parlamento Europeo ha approvato il Regolamento sull’Intelligenza Artificiale, promuovendo l’etica e la sicurezza nell’uso dell’IA. Vediamolo insieme
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Rischio reputazionale e due diligence sulla supply chain: i nuovi passi della normativa in Europa e in Italia

Duben 2023
The assessment of reputational impact in relationships with third parties, both in the public and private sectors, is increasingly gaining importance even at a regulatory level.
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La Due Diligence Reputazionale in un contesto di crisi sistemica

Leden 2023
After two years of Covid epidemic and with the start of the war in Ukraine, Italian economy is facing a scenario of systemic crisis due to the rising of raw materials and energy prices, the increasingly marked shift towards Asia of the world economy pillar, the rising of inflation, the increase in public debt and generalized political instability at an international level. In this age of uncertainty, Due Diligence for companies is no longer just a defensive tool, but is becoming a proactive, essential tool for acquiring a better understanding of the market and the competition.
Article / affaritaliani

Sanità, riciclaggio-controllo territorio: un business strategico per la mafia

Květen 2022
The mafia penetration of the Italian health system, especially in the southern regions, is due to a number interests. Indeed, investing in healthcare can be an easy way to launder money from illicit activities, mainly drug trafficking revenues. But the management of facilities and health services also strengthens the control of the territory by the mafiosi and can contribute to increasing their prestige and the approval they receive from part of the population. To combat these crimes, Italy has advanced anti-money laundering laws. With regard to corporate activities, instead, reputational due diligence is today a valuable tool for risk awareness and prevention.
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EXT – Reputational Risk. Il case study Corporate Risk Watch

Březen 2022
Article / HBR Italia

ESG e reputazione: la nuova frontiera della due diligence

Říjen 2021
The ways in which companies, in the future, will have to approach the problem of collecting and analyzing information on counterparties and competitors will undergo profound changes. In fact, ESG issues will be increasingly taken into consideration in the analysis of the risk associated with investments and contractual relationships with partners, suppliers and other third parties. The due diligence will therefore have to include in its assessments also parameters relating to working conditions, respect for human rights, compliance with environmental requirements, quality and transparency of corporate governance, respect for consumer rights.
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La Due Diligence Reputazionale

Říjen 2010
Consultancy on risk analysis and management is going through a phase of deep transformation. Companies demand transparency, speed and at the same time maximum results from their consultants. Directors and managers of investment funds and large corporations can no longer afford to invest freely and embark on risky trades. Responsibility, transparency, authenticity, reliability, certainty, competence, sustainability and sobriety are therefore needs that must be met in order to instill new confidence among economic operators. In this context, the reputational due diligence comes to play a strategic role.
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Italy: seeing the threat behind corruption

Únor 2009
The article analyzes the Italian economic scenario, paying particular attention to corruption and money laundering. Both crimes are often due to the existence of organized crime that emerged as a cause and effect of the enormous gap between the poor regions of the south and and the prosperous northern and central Italy. Italy’s anti-money laundering legislation is the result of a thirty-year engagement of Italian authorities in the fight against organized crime and was significantly improved thanks to the implementation of the Second and Third European AML Directives on the matter.
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Beneficial ownership and offshore structures – a Lichtenstein case study

Červen 2008
The article presents some of the key anti-money laundering (AML) issues associated with beneficial ownership, especially in the offshore context. We conclude with a case study that suggests ways to add value to the Know Your Customer (KYC) process by applying creative research techniques and shrewd analysis

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