Tips and Tricks of Vendor Document Collection
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 | 2pm ET
Collecting vendor due diligence is a challenge for many organizations. It’s often difficult to get the right documents from your vendors and can be even more frustrating to receive them in a timely manner.
In this webinar, learn where document collection fits into the vendor due diligence process and what you need to know to create efficiencies.
Register now to learn:
- What vendor due diligence is
- Where document collection fits into the process
- Common document collection challenges and solutions
- Best practices
Head of Third-Party Risk Advisory
As the Head of Third-Party Risk Advisory, Graig is responsible for providing council to both prospects and customers to assist their understanding of third-party risk management principles and relevant regulatory implications as well as to review and support development and documentation at the Policy and Program level. He also collaborates with onboarding, customer success and support teams to ensure consistent alignment of current best practices Graig is active with multiple industry and peer-benchmarking organizations regarding third-party risk, operational resiliency and business continuity.
InformationField of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Each Program Level: Basic
Who Should Attend: CEOs, CFOs, Compliance, Risk, BOD, Vendor Management, CPAs
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Refunds: This is a free event.
Cancellations: In the event that this session would need to be cancelled, you will be personally contacted and registered for the rescheduled event.
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CPE Credit Eligibility
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