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Third Party Compliance Training Best Practices | Whitepaper


Jul 06, 2017

Compliance Training Best Practices for Managing Third Party Risks

Managing Third Party Risks thumbnailYou know your employees behave ethically—but what about your third parties? Partners, vendors, distributers, etc. all help to provide value to your customers as an extension of your business, but they also represent areas of significant risks to your organization.

You are ultimately responsible for the actions of the third parties you work with. So what can you do to protect your business?

In this whitepaper, Farzad Barkhordari, President of Corporate Compliance Strategy at Workplace Answers, an EVERFI company, and Michael Volkov, Principal at The Volkov Law Group, review the actions you can take to mitigate third party risks. You’ll learn:

  • How to identify third parties and the risks they present
  • Best practices for tailoring training courses for third parties 
  • Practical strategies for training responsible control persons 
  • Tips for training employees to understand potential red flags

Download your free copy of the whitepaper today!

About Farzad Barkhordari

Farzad Barkhordari is the President of Corporate Compliance Strategy at Workplace Answers, an EVERFI company, and formerly the founder and CEO of Click 4 Compliance. Farzad is a specialist in global anti-corruption and headed the global anti-corruption team at Sun Microsystems.

About Michael Volkov

Michael Volkov, CEO and owner of The Volkov Law Group, LLC, has over 30 years of experience in practicing law. A former federal prosecutor and veteran white collar defense attorney, he has expertise in areas of compliance, internal investigations and enforcement matters.

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