GDPR: Do You Need Consent to Perform Due Diligence?

The GDPR and is almost here and I frequently get consulted about the role and the impact of the Regulation on anti-corruption due diligence as this latter process is very likely to retrieve personal information. In particular, very recently, I was asked if consent was required. Making a long story short, no, it is not… Read More

Do you want to avoid GDPR pitfalls? Perform a Data Protection Impact Assessment

According to the Regulation, a DPIA shall be done if: automated processing on which decisions producing legal effects on physical persons are taken, sensitive data processing (including offences and convictions), systematic monitoring a public area on a large scale basis. It goes without saying that not all companies out there will be required to undertake… Read More

Interested in Due Diligence and Anti-Corruption Training?

I am pleased to invite you to the first training session, which will take place on November 17 in Paris. I will be delivering this training along with Domingos Paiva, for any information, please refer to the brochure below or, alternatively, get in touch with Domingos or with me.

Whistleblower Service Providers Duties Under the GDPR

In my previous article, How to Choose a Whistleblower Service Provider? I outlined how a serious and trustworthy business partner can actually enhance your organization commitment toward compliance (although outsourcing such service is far from being compulsory or necessary). As we all know, in May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, and, given the… Read More