The Compliance Handbook - How Do You Create an Effective Compliance Program with Stephen Martin

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The compliance department is frequently viewed by companies as an afterthought. Many companies scramble to bring procedures in place only on time or after it’s too late. Worse still, the position is siloed by several companies, with the sales team seeing compliance officers mostly as too fast to respond "No!".

Ironically, though, businesses lacking a compliance culture frequently contend with more disciplinary measures and lawsuits than See more +

The compliance department is frequently viewed by companies as an afterthought. Many companies scramble to bring procedures in place only on time or after it’s too late. Worse still, the position is siloed by several companies, with the sales team seeing compliance officers mostly as too fast to respond "No!".

Ironically, though, businesses lacking a compliance culture frequently contend with more disciplinary measures and lawsuits than their complying rivals rather than concentrating on operating a profitable company. In other terms, vital resources are saved with a successful compliance policy, covering individuals, time, and capital.

Realistically, building a compliance foundation is the most significant security for an organization to reduce risk. Thus, growing to achieve sales and creating proof of compliance with applicable laws, compliance should be recognized as an internal insurance system. With that, organizations should strive to develop a successful compliance program. See less -

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