Inside the Mind of the CCO
A crunching of numbers from our “Inside the Mind of the CCO” survey showed the same gender pay disparity that pervades corporate America also exists in compliance.
Experts offer best practices on how to ensure your D&I policies, training, and resources are sufficient at this social and cultural inflection point.
Compliance Week interviews Jennifer Newton, founder and CEO of the National Association of Black Compliance & Risk Management Professionals, to get her take on diversity and inclusion efforts in the profession.
We asked nine prominent chief compliance officers to look into their crystal balls, and all of them saw data and advanced technology playing a larger role in the future of the profession.
It’s important we understand with the “FinCEN Files” that the enemy is not a journalist, a regulator, or a banker. The enemy is the money launderer, and this is where we need to focus our thinking and resources, writes Martin Woods.
Financial crimes expert Martin Woods and two specialists from the International Compliance Association spend 50 minutes discussing the impact of the “FinCEN Files” story and what it says about the state of AML compliance.
JPMorgan Chase agreed to pay more than $920 million as part of an agreement with three federal agencies to settle allegations that the firm’s traders manipulated the precious metals markets with false trades.
Carnival Compliance Case Study
Our first-ever case study is the story of Carnival’s quest for compliance redemption, set in the context of not only new leadership and a court-appointed monitorship, but in the midst of a global pandemic.
Join Executive Q&A with Microsoft and Frost Bank Risk Management Leaders to hear how their companies are addressing new risks brought by pandemics.
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