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This Week in FCPA-Episode 77, the Home for the Holidays Edition

by Thomas Fox on

Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the top compliance and ethics related stories of the week, including: 1. The DOJ/SEC FCPA Guidance turned 5 years old this week. For the compliance practitioner,...more

Putting Ethics Back Into Compliance (Part IV of IV)

by Michael Volkov on

My final posting on this week’s ethics series is a call to action for all compliance professionals. Every compliance officer should insist on and embrace a title – “Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.” Some larger...more

The 10 Hallmarks of an Effective Compliance Program: Still the Foundation

by Thomas Fox on

The joint Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 2012 FCPA Guidance came out five years ago this month. As a commentator focusing on the doing of compliance, we should pause to once again...more

Everything Compliance Reports from the SCCE 2017 Compliance & Ethics Institute [eBook]

by Thomas Fox on

In October 2017, nearly 2000 compliance professionals gathered in Las Vegas for the annual Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) Compliance and Ethics Institute. The event was a great success for all involved, it...more

How to Communicate the ‘Vision Thing’

by Thomas Fox on

Think about the task facing new Uber Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dara Khosrowshahi. He is working to overhaul a toxic corporate culture, while dealing with regulators literally across the globe. ...more

Igniting a Winning Workplace Culture at the 2017 Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference

by NAVEX Global on

Workplace cultures manifest in the moments when employees are faced with ethical dilemmas. Strong cultures encourage employees to do the right things right; untended cultures can create response environments in which...more

Join Senior Compliance Officers to Hear Insights on How to Improve International Ethics & Compliance Programmes

by NAVEX Global on

Compliance professionals who attended the NAVEX Global “Compliance Programme Effectiveness” roundtables in London and Amsterdam this year heard senior compliance experts share their insights on how they have improved their...more

Ominous Signs for the Future of the Compliance Profession

by Michael Volkov on

As we celebrate Ethics and Compliance Week in 2017, I wanted to offer my own assessment of where the compliance profession stands and the challenges facing the profession for the future....more

HR and Compliance: Working Together to Hire Ethical Employees

by Michael Volkov on

Human resources and compliance professionals share many common objectives and interests. They need to coordinate and operationalize their joint interests in a variety of ways....more

Astros Garner First World Series Win – Execution of Compliance in the Middle

by Thomas Fox on

In compliance you often times need to be a superior utility player who is good at every job. There are multiple lessons. First and foremost is the problem of siloing in corporate America. This concern of siloing even...more

The Secret to a Long & Successful Career as a Compliance Officer

by NAVEX Global on

What makes for a long-term successful career in compliance? Is it personality? Certainly, being likeable is advantageous, but it isn’t critical. What about understanding the business? Absolutely, this is important, but it...more

From the Mummy’s Tomb to the Mummy’s Ghost to Professional Development

by Thomas Fox on

Too often your learning goals suffer because you are too busy or too tired to even think about it. Or because you have no time and have other obligations. Yet there is no job, particularly the compliance profession, in which...more

ISO 37001: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (Part II of V)

by Michael Volkov on

In Part II of my continuing series, I identify in broad strokes some of the more significant positive and negative aspects of ISO 37001. While it is easy to second-guess the ISO 37001 authors, there are some interesting...more

SCCE Preconference Learning – You Are Not Alone in Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

I am writing this today from the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) 2017 Compliance and Ethics Institute (CEI). This is the largest annual gathering of compliance professionals anywhere and it is already off to...more

Lawyers Can Be A Positive Force for Compliance

by Michael Volkov on

Lawyers get a bad rap, and I am not just referring to all the lawyer jokes we have heard numerous times. Lawyers get a bad rap when it comes to compliance. Much of it is not deserved – but candidly, some of it is deserved....more

In Defense of Compliance Checklists

by Michael Volkov on

Compliance officers have to avoid complicating a compliance program. As in many areas in life, there is a value in simplicity. Take for example a compliance training presentation. If a compliance officer overwhelms his/her...more

Compliance Meaningfulness: Hard to Achieve, Easy to Destroy

by NAVEX Global on

This post originally appeared on the Richard Bistrong, Front-Line Anti-Bribery Blog, www.richardbistrong.com and is reposted with the permission of Richard Bistrong. In an article titled, What Makes Work Meaningful- Or...more

The Delusion of a Bare-Bones Compliance Program

by Michael Volkov on

Instead of wrestling over the definition of an “effective” ethics and compliance program, let’s take a step back and define what we all agree on is an “ineffective” compliance program. Unfortunately, when you work in the real...more

What a CCO Can Learn from Da Vinci

by Thomas Fox on

When Walter Isaacson publishes a book, you would do well to read it. His previous books have included biographies of such disparate luminaries as Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, Henry Kissinger and Benjamin Franklin. My personal...more

Day 20: What Does Innovation in Compliance Look Like?

by Thomas Fox on

As I end this section on innovation, I want to conclude by laying out a road map which allows a CCO or compliance practitioner to make more effective and better operationalize a corporate compliance program. With the DOJ’s...more

The Five Most Important Issues for a CCO to Report to the Board

by Michael Volkov on

Chief compliance officers have to throw out their template for charts, diagrams and data that they use to report to the Audit/Compliance Committee and start over. Slick and colorful charts and diagrams are great but CCOs are...more

Ethics and Compliance Controls – Different Means to the Same Objective

by Michael Volkov on

People are getting confused. A company’s ethical culture is not a touchy-feely concept that makes everyone warm and cozy all over. At the same time, compliance controls are not hard and fast rules that are mechanically...more

CCOs and the C-Suite

by Michael Volkov on

Let’s start out with something ironic – the C-Suite typically resists the need for ethics and compliance training, as well as other compliance controls, claiming that they know everything about ethics and compliance....more

Your Company Brand and Ethical Behavior

by Thomas Fox on

Last week, I was interviewed by David Banks, the Senior Content Marketing Manager at NAVEX Global, for the firm’s blog. One of the questions he posed to me struck me and it was “When it comes to contributing to a greater...more

The Emperor Has No [Compliance Program]

by Michael Volkov on

At the outset, I have to apologize for the title but during my morning bike ride I usually come up with blog posting titles. But moving past the trite title, I have a point to make....more

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