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Compliance Week is thrilled to announce its Top Minds Class of 2019, a group of 12 of the brightest stars of the compliance community whose achievements are dwarfed only by their personal integrity and dedication to ethics.
Efforts to adopt CECL are generally underway in the banking sector, but companies outside financial services may still have plenty to do.
The 2019 Survey on Anti-Bribery & Corruption explores everything from the monitoring of third parties to the evaluation of training programs.
Newly appointed Department of Justice Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General Claire McCusker Murray will deliver a keynote at the upcoming CW annual conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C.
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