“Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked,” said Warren Buffett. With the pandemic tide out, here are some related frauds that are likely already occurring that corporations should be watching for.
Just as companies must answer to their stakeholders, our public leaders and institutions need to be held more accountable to their constituents.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced its largest ever whistleblower award to a single individual at nearly $50 million while denying a second claimant a share of the bounty.
Take our survey asking accounting and real estate professionals how their leases have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
This survey examines entity management procedures today as opposed to what you think they’ll be in 5 years, invites you to share your confidence level on data integrity and reporting, and helps you benchmark best practices and pain points on all things related to managing entities.
Help to benchmark your program by participating in this survey that gets at the motivations, obstacles, tools, budget, and requirements for your data privacy program.
More from Compliance Week
U.S. Bancorp Investments, a dually registered investment adviser and broker-dealer, has agreed to pay $16 million to settle SEC charges for breaches of fiduciary duty arising out of its mutual fund share-class selection practices.
The Department of Justice posted new revisions to its “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” guidance, directing prosecutors to ask whether compliance is “adequately resourced and empowered to function” effectively, among other changes.
Financial crime expert Martin Woods explores what happens when the annual bonus causes employees to disregard their values for want of a dollar.
With one month to go to the July 1 enforcement deadline of the California Consumer Privacy Act, it is still full speed ahead for Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s office.