Company reports and risk registers: the danger within

Third-party reports and internal risk registers demonstrate a company’s desire to keep abreast of potential risks to business process integrity by engaging in critical self-examination as part of a continuous cycle. However, while they can be valuable, there are some hidden dangers inherent in their creation that companies need to be aware of, and mitigate against.

Peter Roberts, Andrews Kurth (UK) LLP

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