Trade Security Journal focuses on human rights-related trade compliance issues and regulation.Keeping supply chain and reputation secure.
Trade Security Journal focuses on cyber and data security and privacy compliance.Keeping supply chain and reputation secure
Trade Security Journal focuses on changing national security investment regulations and their impact.Keeping supply chain and reputation secure
Trade Security Journal focuses on business integrity, AML and ABAC challenges and regulation.Keeping supply chain and reputation secure
Today’s multinationals face demands for greater transparency of their business affairs along with closer scrutiny and higher expectations of their conduct.
It is no longer enough that a company be judged on its financial performance. Reputational, financial and legal risk are increasingly intertwined and failure to address changing corporate responsibility and business integrity expectations can result in significant corporate damage.
Published 6 times a year, Trade Security Journal covers the global trends and key regulatory developments that impact corporate trade compliance, supply chain and reputation.
|Each issue of Trade Security Journal focuses on key issues in:|
|Corporate Social Responsibility and business ethics: child labour, prison labour, modern slavery, conflict minerals, ethical sourcing, sustainability, whistleblowing.||National security controls: CFIUS, investigations, foreign investment reviews, strategic assets protection and M&A, international government policies and regimes, sustainability.|
|Data security and privacy: cyber security, financial and other data protection, data breaches, disclosures and access requests, data storage and destruction.||International supply chain compliance: third-party providers, distributors, agents, product safety and security.|
|Anti-money laundering (AML) and International anti-corruption regulation (ABAC): hospitality, government contracts, know your customer, counter-terrorism financing, FCPA, UK Bribery Act.||Trade management automation: managing screening, classification, embargoes, finances, licences, supply chain compliance.|