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Forecasting, Risk Management and Compliance

When I was in the corporate world, I cannot begin to recall the number of times senior management had an overly optimistic forecast regarding some transaction; whether the transaction was the purchase of a smaller company, a...more

Spikes in Sales and Compliance

What is risk and how should it be evaluated? What is the data that should be reviewed to determine if an increase in sales is based on unethical or even illegal behavior? Finally, what happens when you migrate company...more

Why FCPA Compliance Makes America Great

Last week, a colleague asked me what I thought the Trump administration might hold for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement specifically and for the greater compliance discipline in general. I have been exploring...more

ISO 37001: Answers to the 5 Questions We’ve Heard Most About the Standard

It’s been a month since ISO 37001 was published and there are some questions we have heard percolating in the compliance world about what this means. These are the questions we’ve been hearing the most...more

4 Ways Continuous Improvement is Essential to an Effective Compliance Program. Stephen Kasloff Explains [PODCAST]

Stephen Kasloff is Director and Senior Advisor of Compliance & Ethics Solutions LLC and an expert in how continuous improvement is vital to compliance programs. As Stephen explains, continuous improvement is essential to...more

A New Tool for Anti-Bribery Compliance Program: ISO 37001

Recently, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) adopted a new set of standards, designated as ISO 37001, to assist organizations in their ongoing fight against bribery. As a result of recent increases in...more

Financial Services Quarterly Report - Third Quarter 2016: Managing the Compliance Aspects of Private Equity Investments

International business transactions can be subject to intense scrutiny due to the broad scope of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act, in addition to other similar anti-corruption measures...more

Monster Movie Month: Episode 2 – The Bride of Frankenstein and Upcoming Events

Welcome to my second installment in this month’s classic monster movie festival. This year I am revisiting the Frankenstein series and today I want to explore and, indeed, honor the second in the series but what many viewers...more

Risk Doesn’t Stand Still, Neither Should Your Program. It’s Time to Assess.

Considering an assessment of your ethics and compliance efforts? The question is not if but when. In the ever-changing world of business, when are you going to ensure that your compliance program is keeping pace with the...more

Sir Neville Marriner: Is Compliance Driven by What You Inspect?

Sir Neville Marriner died on Sunday. For any aficionado of classical music, Marriner’s contribution to the genre was immense, having founded the chamber orchestra, Academy of St. Martin’s in the Fields in 1958. The group was...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

Wells Fargo Week: Part I – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf or What is Risk?

Edward Albee died last week. To my mind he was right up there with Arthur Miller and August Wilson as one of America’s greatest playwrights of the second half of the 20th century. His works were known, as noted in his New...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

Tribute to Star Trek and Anti-Corruption Compliance Programs

September 8th is the 50th anniversary of the premier episode of the most iconic science fiction related television show during my lifetime – Star Trek. As most of you know, I am a self-confessed uber-trekkie and I can still...more

Looking at Culture with Compliance Program Assessments; Eric Feldman Explains [PODCAST].

Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. discusses with me why third party assessments are essential for meeting the obligations outlined by the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. We also discuss the...more

Hallmark 10 – Mergers and Acquisitions: Pre-Acquisition Due Diligence and Post-Acquisition Integration

The FCPA Guidance notes that one of the ten hallmarks of an effective compliance program is around mergers and acquisitions (M&A), in both the pre and post-acquisition context. A company that does not perform adequate FCPA...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 4- Risk Assessments

One cannot really say enough about risk assessments in the context of anti-corruption programs. Since at least 1999 the DOJ has said that risk assessments that measure the likelihood and severity of possible Foreign Corrupt...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

5 Things Compliance Executives Need their Boards to Know

Boards of directors (or their delegated committees) typically allocate very little time to oversight of an organization’s ethics and compliance program during their packed board agendas. It is not at all unusual for the top...more

6 Organisational Culture Warning Signs You Can’t Afford to Ignore

In a new white paper, Robert Smith, Director, Compliance & Ethics, Serco Group Plc shares a detailed account of the organisation’s journey from scandal back to cultural health—and lessons any organisation can learn from their...more

How Data Scientists & Compliance Can Work Together Better; Keith Furst Explains [PODCAST]

Data scientist Keith Furst and Masters of Disaster® podcast host Leona Lewis discuss how data scientists and compliance can collaborate better to get compliance the data it needs. It is almost impossible to have one...more

The Importance of Risk Ranking to Compliance

We all face a number of risks every day. Yet, we do not respond to each and every risk. We engage in risk-ranking our responses. Some are more risk than others and some are more catastrophic than others. So, we engage in risk...more

Innovation in Compliance Week, Part II-Superforecasting

I continue my Innovation in Compliance series today by discussing “superforecasting” and its use by a compliance function. Imagine that as a Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), you could create a team which might well...more

An Organizational Response to Global Compliance Challenges

The following is part II of a guest post by Alison Taylor and James Cohen. A consensus has emerged as to what an effective anti-corruption compliance program looks like – its components and success factors. At the same...more

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