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Compliance

Compliance

On the Compliance Island you will find 7 thematically different Compliance E-Learning courses that will help your employees to act in compliance with the law and regulations in different business situations. Explore the Compliance Island and find the training you need to meet your company's extensive compliance requirements.
Compliance Introduction

Compliance Introduction

The introduction to compliance gives you an overview of which standards companies must comply with today in order to comply with the law and avoid possible liability. Because constantly tightening laws and regulations complicate the business more and more. Without compliance, your company can quickly become liable.
Anti-Corruption

Anti-Corruption

Corruption in national and international competition remains a major problem. Even the handling of gifts unsettles many companies, and rightly so: Is it a gesture or is it already "feeding"? This e-learning will show you how to handle gifts and invitations and what monitoring, supervisory and due diligence duties you have to avoid corruption in your company.
Competition-Compliance

Competition-Compliance

There is a multitude of laws and regulations that regulators and legislators have established to protect consumers and ensure free and fair competition for all market participants. Important focal points are, for example, competition law, antitrust law and the protection of intellectual property. But how can unfair competition be identified and prevented? The module guides you through all relevant compliance topics to avoid unfair competition up to serious infringements such as abuse of a dominant market position, price or cartel agreements.
3rd-Party Compliance

3rd-Party Compliance

Do you know your customers and suppliers exactly? No company is completely isolated on the market. International trade and globalized supply chain management lead to a multitude of interactions and relationships. In issues such as money laundering, corruption, antitrust and competition law, embargo, sanctions or product liability, it is possible that your company may be liable for misconduct by third parties if your 3rd-party compliance does not comply with the necessary monitoring, supervisory and due diligence obligations.
Trade-Compliance

Trade-Compliance

International trade in particular is heavily regulated. The Trade Compliance module guides you through the relevant import and export regulations, explains the most important provisions for embargo regulations and sanctions or the War Weapons Control Act. Money laundering and terrorist financing also play a role in this context. Dealing with suppliers and our own compliance requirements is also becoming increasingly important due to topics such as product liability, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and fair trade.
Money Laundering

Money Laundering

Is your company compliant with the law when it comes to money laundering - are you aware that every company must comply with regulations, carry out risk assessments and be able to document and prove these activities? Every company has to question where its customers' funds come from. In this e-learning, you will learn how money launderers work and how you can identify and prevent money laundering through the appropriate compliance processes and due diligence audits.
Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing is often dismissed prematurely as denunciation. In many companies there is an outdated view of loyalty to the employer, which is confused with a kind of duty of confidentiality. By contrast, international regulations and case law now regard whistleblower systems as an essential and desired component of a functioning compliance system, which is increasingly protected by corresponding leniency programmes. This e-learning introduces you to all processes of whistleblower systems and shows how these can be introduced quickly and efficiently.
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