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There are plenty of unanswered questions following the recent meltdown of family office Archegos Capital Management—and plenty of compliance lessons to be learned, writes Aaron Nicodemus.
Compliance Week has revealed finalists for six Excellence in Compliance honors, including CCO of the Year, top compliance program, and more. Winners will be announced during our 2021 Virtual Conference from May 11-13.
Diligent is modernizing GRC to help businesses thrive in the new era of stakeholder capitalism and ethical business practices.
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