The Senate on Wednesday confirmed the nomination of Gary Gensler to replace Jay Clayton as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Aaron Nicodemus explores what it means for ESG, cryptocurrency, and more.
Daniel Trujillo, executive vice president and global chief ethics and compliance officer at Walmart, is leaving the company “to pursue other opportunities,” according to an internal memo shared with employees.
With a changing of the guard, the Federal Trade Commission is undergoing some major restructuring on the antitrust front. All told, it’s not just Big Tech and pharmaceutical companies that should be on alert.
The former chief risk officer of the PCAOB says she was subjected to a campaign of harassment and discrimination before she was unlawfully fired last year.
Diligent is modernizing GRC to help businesses thrive in the new era of stakeholder capitalism and ethical business practices.
Congress has passed a defense bill that contains amendments with big ramifications for AML, including new requirements around beneficial ownership and a new Bank Secrecy Act whistleblower program at the Treasury.
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