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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Study Results: Whistleblowing Not a Trend, But a New Standard

Study Results: Whistleblowing Not a Trend, But a New Standard

During the last year, whistleblowers were frequently featured in international media. News agencies covered exposures of wrongdoings, such as the Panama Papers, #metoo and LuxLeaks. There is an increasing recognition of the value of whistleblowing as a means of addressing misconduct. Also, a growing number of countries are putting legislation in place aimed at protecting whistleblowers. For example, the European Commission proposed a new law this year to strengthen whistleblower protection across the EU.

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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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Integrity Is More Than a Robust Code of Conduct

Integrity Is More Than a Robust Code of Conduct

We all know this well-worn concept: An organization’s reputation takes years to develop, but it can collapse overnight if it didn’t originally possess integrity from the top down. “It took 160 years for Siemens to build a reputation and only five minutes to ruin it,” said Dr. Andreas Pohlmann, the former chief compliance officer of Siemens, at the 29th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference in June. A little ill-gotten profit means nothing if a business has to close its bank accounts when it goes belly up.

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CFE Shares Unique IT Challenges and Most Memorable Case

CFE Shares Unique IT Challenges and Most Memorable Case

Shannon Grayer, CFE, CBM, CCEP, may have earned his CFE more than a decade ago, but his passion for learning more about the world and fraud examination has never waned. The head of ethics and compliance investigations for CSRA Inc. has lived in multiple countries, stays abreast of technological advancements in the IT industry and works with major players in U.S. national security.

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