• Service: Advisory, Risk Consulting, Forensic
  • Type: Business and industry issue, KPMG information
  • Date: 08/04/2015

Third Party Intermediaries Due Diligence Reviews 

Global transactions and regulatory scrutiny increasingly impel companies to examine their business relationships in order to assess risk, undertake informed negotiations and comply with regulatory mandates.

Third Party Intermediaries Due Diligence Reviews
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Whether you are a financial institution on-boarding clients with funds from a potentially suspicious origin or a global entity conducting business in a distant foreign jurisdiction, you are at risk. As companies enter and operate in new markets, they are likely to have to rely on third party intermediaries (“TPIs”), many of whom operate far from the companies’ headquarters, in a foreign language, with different customs and ways of conducting business.


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Third Party Due Diligence

Failure to adequately assess Third Party Intermediaries and to know how they operate could lead to exposure to reputational damage, operational risk, government investigations as well as monetary penalties and potential criminal liability. 

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