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“Reason To Know” – A Chilling Term For Exporters

It’s a simple question – if a U.S. exporter sells its product to a foreign customer, and the customer resells the product to a prohibited country such as Iran, can the U.S. exporter have liability for an export violation? ...more

Wells Fargo Week: Part V – Compliance is the Answer

I want to end this week’s review of the Wells Fargo scandal by considering what is at issue and what is at stake in this imbroglio. Unlike a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violation, Wells Fargo paid the relatively...more

Sampling as a Compliance Strategy

In the technology age in which we live, CCOs often come face to face with a new phenomenon – too much information or data. TMI is not something to laugh at nor ignore. CCOs often face situations where they need to understand...more

How Compliance Can Be Built to Succeed! An In-Depth Discussion with Donna Boehme PART 1 [PODCAST]

Donna Boehme is back on the Masters of Disaster® podcast to discuss what it takes for compliance to succeed. Donna often refers to the new approach for the architecture of Compliance 2.0. Fundamentally, Compliance 2.0 starts...more

Talking with Your Feet – The CCO’s Ethical Dilemmas

Chief compliance officers are optimistic and committed to “doing the right thing.” It is in their blood and may be at the core of their professional fabric. My guess is that there are far fewer CCOs who like to push the...more

SEC Amends Form ADV and Investment Adviser Recordkeeping Rules

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently adopted amendments to Form ADV and to Rule 204-2 (Recordkeeping Rule), as well as technical amendments to other rules under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940...more

Why Working in Compliance is Meaningful – Part III

The week I am considering the passion compliance professionals have for our profession. Yesterday, I considered what business leader can do that makes work meaningless. Today, I want to detail what a business leader,...more

Passion for Compliance

Norbert Schemansky died last week. Are you as unfamiliar with that name as I was? I must sheepishly admit I had never heard of him before I read his obituary in the New York Times (NYT). Schemansky was one of the world’s...more

Broker-Lite: FINRA Built It, But Will They Come?

On August 18, 2016, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved a new Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) rule series intended as a “lite” framework for the registration and regulation of brokers that...more

Hallmark 9 – Continuous Improvement: Periodic Testing and Review

You should keep track of external and internal events which may cause change to business process, policies and procedures. Some examples are new laws applicable to your business organization and internal events which drive...more

Hallmark 7-Third-Party Due Diligence and Payments

There are five steps in the life cycle of third party management. - Business Justification and Business Sponsor; - Questionnaire to Third Party; - Due Diligence on Third Party; - Compliance...more

Compliance Is Tough, Build Your Network! Roy Snell, CEO of the SCCE, Explains [PODCAST]

Compliance is a team sport, and building a network to share ideas, experience, and concerns is critical. The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) has played a big part in my growth as a professional and in my...more

The Financial Report, Volume 5, Number 16 (Global)

Discussion and Analysis One of our lead articles discusses a research report indicating that SEC enforcement activity has slowed in 2016. According to the article, the SEC has brought nearly ten percent fewer enforcement...more

Hallmark 6-Incentives and Disciplinary Measures

The FCPA Guidance states, “In addition to evaluating the design and implementa­tion of a compliance program throughout an organization, enforcement of that program is fundamental to its effec­tiveness. A compliance program...more

Hallmark 3 – Oversight, Autonomy and Resources

I. Autonomy - The DOJ has made clear over the years the importance of this hallmark. In the FCPA Guidance it states, “In appraising a compliance program, DOJ and SEC also consider whether a company has assigned...more

Due Diligence Questions Chief Compliance Officers Should Ask In A Job Interview

The following guest post is by Maurice Gilbert, Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search. Earlier this month I posed a question to Chief Compliance Officers around the world: “Since today’s regulatory climate means...more

The Changing Landscape of FCA Litigation for Healthcare Providers Due to Increased Civil Penalty Amounts

Since the late 1990s, the False Claims Act (“FCA”) has heavily affected the healthcare industry. In 2015, two-thirds of FCA lawsuits targeted healthcare entities, which paid out $1.9 billion. However, it is likely that this...more

Compliance is a Business

Compliance is a business. That statement should not come as a shock or even a surprise to anyone who has worked in the corporate world. Every part of a business should work towards doing business. Yet many compliance...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume XI, Issue 31

BROKER-DEALER - FINRA Issues Notice Regarding SEC’s Approval of New NMS Stock Recording and Reporting Requirements Rule - On August 8, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issued Regulatory Notice 16-28,...more

Third Party Risk Management Not Just Due Diligence

The term “due diligence” is an overused expression in the compliance world. It has become a term to mean heightened concern or investigation. No one can really define what it means except to say it has different meanings in...more

Due Diligence Questions Chief Compliance Officers Should Ask In A Job Interview

Ed. Note-Today I have a guest post from Maurice Gilbert, Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search. In today’s regulatory climate, the Chief Compliance Officer faces increased personal liability for corporate...more

A Trip to the Dentist for Some Compliance Insight

I had to go to the dentist yesterday. I went for what I thought was filling repair but I had somehow forgotten that it was a wisdom tooth removal and a filling repair. I know you are thinking either (1) why does someone his...more

Heading Off Team Conflict

One of the things any Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), or indeed any business leader, must manage is team conflict. In a recent Harvard Business Review (HBR) article, entitled “How to Preempt Team Conflict”, Ginka Toegel and...more

Rodriguez ‘Retires’ – Lessons for the Compliance Practitioner

Alex Rodriguez announced his retirement from baseball, effective Friday, August 12. In a New York Times (NYT) article he said, “Saying goodbye may be the hardest part of the job,” “But that’s what I’m doing today. As far as...more

John Hancock and Cultural Transformation

On this day in 1776, members of Congress affixed their signatures to an enlarged copy of the Declaration of Independence. Congress adopted the more poetic Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson, on July 4....more

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