of Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) has changed dramatically over the last decade.
An ongoing plethora of regulations are being enacted that make compliance more
important, and more challenging, than ever. Yet many corporate leaders still
question the need to invest more people, time, and money in compliance than
they see as absolutely necessary – until and unless something big breaks.
The Risk Intelligent Chief Compliance
how CCOs can lead the way to a compliance approach that makes the link between
compliance and enterprise value crystal clear. By helping the C-suite
understand compliance risks in the context of the company's broader risk
management and business objectives, Risk Intelligent compliance can help
- Align the company's compliance efforts and investments with
- Recognize compliance's impact on reputation, strategy,
operations, and finance
- Leverage the company's compliance strengths to pursue
“upside” business opportunities
The potential payoff: The transformation of compliance, long
viewed as a chore, into a valued and valuable business asset.