How to Manage Reputational Risk

How to Manage Reputational Risk

As Warren Buffett once said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” Reputation equals integrity and integrity equals social responsibility. By sustaining the “social license to operate” through social responsibility, organizations ensure that business practices, operating procedures and corporate behaviors are acceptable to employees, stakeholders and the public.

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Roadblocks in Exercising Professional Skepticism

Roadblocks in Exercising Professional Skepticism

As an anti-fraud professional, may consider yourself a natural born skeptic. Your job requires questioning all that is presented to you. While others may prefer to take things at face value, you are trained to dig deeper and ferret out important information. But if that doubting nature should be common sense in the course of an investigation, why is professional skepticism included as a requirement in auditing standards?

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How to Make Regulatory Change Actions Work For Your Company

How to Make Regulatory Change Actions Work For Your Company

The volume, velocity and range of regulatory change actions today are overwhelming. By having a regulatory change management system to track and monitor regulatory change activity, you can provide your executives and regulators with more visibility and a clear outline of what you are doing to minimize compliance risk.

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7 Compliance Program Needs for the Coming Year

7 Compliance Program Needs for the Coming Year

Compliance seems to be everyone's business, since, for many firms, it involves managing financial crime, money laundering and cyber risks. This means compliance has to be offensive as well as defensive. Given this increased area of responsibility and scope, here are seven ways to have an effective compliance program.

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