Governance and Organisational Dilemmas in Building up Your Due Diligence Process

Lorenzo Mecocci, Senior Legal & Compliance Counsel, Aerospace & Defence, Italy

In modern corporate times, due diligence investigations into third parties cannot be left solely to the initiative of the virtuous employee or to the goodwill of the competent manager. They need to become a company attitude and, therefore, require the adoption of articulated policies and procedures which demand the development of the right mixture of norms, process discipline, organisational solutions, tools, as well as of internal and/or external capabilities. This is of course neither costless nor painless.

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Italy Compliance Defence December 2014 Vol. 8, No. 29, Autumn 2014

Lorenzo Mecocci

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Lorenzo Mecocci is a corporate counsel, qualified in Italy but with both domestic and international focus, with more than 10 year diverse in-house experience, including M&A and JVs, contracts, compliance, corporate governance and other matters. He curr

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Italy Compliance Defence December 2014 Vol. 8, No. 29, Autumn 2014
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