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[Webinar] Response and Recovery Planning: Corporate Ethics and Compliance Failure - August 11, 1:00pm Central

Most companies have a plan for disaster recovery related to technology, physical location, and data – but what happens when you must respond to allegations of a violation of customer trust or compliance? Does your...more

Social Media Week Part II – Sharing in the Compliance Function

I continue my exploration of the use of social media as a tool of doing compliance by looking at some concepts around the sharing of information. In a recent podcast on Social Media Examiner, entitled “Sharing: The Art and...more

New DOJ Counsel to Focus on Corporate Compliance

The decision highlights the US government’s focus on effective compliance programs. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) is creating a new compliance counsel position in the Criminal Division to assess the effectiveness of...more

Social Media Week Part I – Using Social Media In Your Compliance Program

Welcome to Part I of Social Media Week. I recently did a webinar, hosted by The Network, on the use of social media in your Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance program. The response was as great as almost any...more

The Trait of Empathy in Compliance

Can you empathize with those who work for you, around you and those you report to? While many leaders, particularly those who might be labeled the ‘command and control’ type seem to think that empathy is a negative; I think...more

Conflicts of Interest: When You're Having Too Much Fun at That Business Lunch

How should fund directors monitor gifts and entertainment received by investment adviser personnel? This question moved to the forefront in February, when the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment...more

How to Succeed In Compliance – The Compliance Retreat

In 1961, one of my favorite Broadway musical comedies appeared How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. It ran for over 1400 performances in its original Broadway run and was based on the 1952 book by Shepherd Mead,...more

One Anti-Corruption Compliance Panel: Multiple Perspectives

On July 23rd, 2015 at the Hotel Kitano in New York City, The Network (www.tnwinc.com) hosted an Anti-Corruption Compliance Panel discussion titled “Why Anti-Bribery Programs Fail and How Compliance Must Evolve.” Cindy Curtin...more

A Hands-On CEO and Support for Compliance

A compliance program without CEO support is almost doomed to be ineffective. We all live by the standard of an “effective” ethics and compliance program. I am always reluctant to embrace a dogmatic expression but the support,...more

Go Set A Watchman and Setting Your Compliance Message

One of my all-time favorite books has always been To Kill a Mockingbird. As a lawyer and a Southerner, I have admired Atticus Finch in print and on the silver screen for well over 50 years. So it was with more than some...more

Toshiba Scandal Underscores the Importance of a Speak-Up Culture

In what’s being called the most damaging event in the company’s 140-year history, Toshiba admitted this week to overstating its operating profit by $1.22 billion during the past several years. This staggering figure and...more

Ten Key Elements of an AML Compliance Program

AML compliance reminds me of a classic Three Stooges scene from A Plumbing We Will Go – Curly, as one of the plumbers, continues to add pipes to a leaking bathtub, only to be surprised when the water continues to come out of...more

The Kitchen Debate Presages the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report

On this day in 1959, occurred one of the more iconic events of the Cold War, that being the Kitchen Debate between US Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev. It was called ‘The Kitchen Debate’...more

The Purpose of Compliance: Promoting a Positive, Not Preventing a Negative

One thing about maintaining a blog – you have nightmares (alright something a little less than that) about consistency in writing. All of us can be accused of having “evolving” positions, so maybe that is my rationalization....more

[Event] How Better Reporting Changes the Game for Compliance - August 13, 12:00-2:00pm PDT, Portland, OR

The role of the compliance executive is changing before our eyes. With more resources and greater access to the CEO and Board, there’s more impetus than ever before for compliance executives to demonstrate and bolster the...more

Selecting Compliance Counsel

I have often wondered who is FCPA Inc. and perhaps even how I might join this seemingly august fraternity if they do allegedly make so much money, as some commentators regularly deride FCPA Inc. for the seemingly outlandish...more

Your Questions: Let’s Talk Risk - A Q&A Session about How to Achieve a Risk-based Approach to Compliance Management

Risk is at the heart of every compliance program. But that’s sometimes easier said than done. In January 2015, Kwamina Williford, Partner at Holland & Knight; Chris Caron, Compliance Director at Kiewit; and Joe LeBas of...more

Breaking Down Compliance: The Keys to Creating a Successful Compliance Program—As Told through the Letters of COMPLIANCE

Still being a young role and profession, many people are working to define what makes a successful compliance professional and program, and what can help them improve. After traveling the country for the past few months at...more

Hemingway and Trust and Respect for Compliance Leadership

On this day in 1899, Ernest Hemingway was born. To me, he was the greatest Man of Letters the US has produced. Probably like most of you all, I was introduced to Hemingway in high school through The Son Also Rises. It remains...more

Leveraging a Global Compliance Network

Multinational companies cannot employ and maintain a sufficient number of dedicated compliance staff to ensure the effectiveness of an ethics and compliance program. That is a reality and we all know that is true....more

Farewell to Moe Green and the Promise to Pay a Bribe Under the FCPA

Moe Green died again yesterday but this time he was not shot through the glasses, it was from cancer and the fictional Las Vegas mobster lived to the ripe old age of 79. Of course I am referring to “Alex Rocco, the veteran...more

Lack of Bribery Act Awareness by One-Third of UK Small Businesses Poses Risk for Partners

A U.K.-government-commissioned survey of 500 businesses known as “small and medium sized enterprises” (SMEs) in the United Kingdom released in July 2015 found that more than one-third of the businesses had never heard of the...more

Refining a CCO’s Reporting Relationship to a Corporate Board

You can observe a lot by just watching – Yogi Berra There is way too much time being spent on esoteric arguments about corporate board reporting responsibilities for Chief Compliance Officers. Let’s agree and move on to...more

Great Structures Week IV – The Gothic Cathedral and Compliance Incentives

I continue my Great Structures Week with focus on great structural engineering and its innovations in the medieval world – that being the Gothic Cathedral. I am drawing these posts from The Great Courses offering, entitled...more

Compliance Stats Mashup: These Recent Statistics Show That Compliance Programs Still Have a Lot of Room for Improvement

With so many studies and surveys giving us a picture of the compliance and ethics landscape it can be hard to find time to read them all (trust me). I’ve spent some time recently digging through some of this research and...more

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