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Building a World-Class Compliance Program: Best Practices and Strategies…

by Martin T. Biegelman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470114789, Hardcover)

Written by a long-standing practitioner in the field, this timely and critical work is your best source for understanding all the complex issues and requirements associated with corporate compliance. It provides clear guidance for those charged with protecting their companies from financial and reputational risk, litigation, and government intervention, who want a robust guide to establish an effective compliance program.

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"If you want to ensure that your organization is doing everything possible to prevent misconduct and follow laws, rules, and regulations, this book is for you. It provides guidance for those charged with protecting their companies from financial and reputational risk, litigation, and government intervention, who want a robust guide to establish an effective compliance program."--Jacket.… (more)

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