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SEC examiners flag deficiencies in Reg BI compliance


The Securities and Exchange Commission issued a risk alert listing deficiencies its examiners found in broker-dealers’ compliance with Regulation Best Interest.


Study: Healthcare overtakes finance as most breached industry in 2022


Healthcare organizations were under attack more than ever by cybercriminals in 2022, overtaking finance as the most breached industry, according to the latest analysis from Kroll.

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California AG launches CCPA violation sweep against mobile apps


The California attorney general announced his office notified an unspecified number of businesses with mobile apps they are failing to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act.

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Q&A: Ex-DOJ official on policy changes, new CCO expectations


Scott Hulsey, partner at Barnes & Thornburg, former federal prosecutor, and a former chief compliance officer, discusses with Compliance Week how CCOs should respond to the Department of Justice’s recent policy changes regarding corporate crime.

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Ex-GigaTrust CEO sentenced to five years for $50M fraud


The former chief executive officer of email security company GigaTrust was sentenced to five years in prison for fabrications that allowed him and two other executives to defraud investors and lenders of millions.

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SEC seeks to revive Dodd-Frank rule on conflicts in securities trading


The Securities and Exchange Commission resurrected an unfulfilled mandate of the Dodd-Frank Act that would prevent the sale of certain securities if there is a conflict of interest.


Popular Bank fined $2.3M by Fed over fraudulent PPP loan approvals


The Federal Reserve Board fined New York-based Popular Bank $2.3 million for processing Paycheck Protection Program loans despite finding significant indications of possible fraud in the loan applications.

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CW accepting nominations for 2023 ‘Excellence in Compliance Awards’

Nominations are open for Compliance Week’s fourth annual “Excellence in Compliance Awards,” with winners to be recognized at our 2023 National Conference from May 15-17 in Washington, D.C.

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