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Contributions to Compliance Week from outside sources, including the International Compliance Association.

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    CW National 2024 Q&A: JBS CECO on compliance post-settlement


    Michael Koenig, global chief ethics and compliance officer at JBS Foods, previews his session on rebuilding the compliance department following settlements with the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission at CW’s National Conference in Washington, D.C.

  • AI for business

    CW National 2024 preview: Diana Kelley on AI implications for compliance


    Artificial intelligence expert Diana Kelley will discuss what AI means for organizations and explore the technology’s implications for compliance and enterprise risk as part of a keynote address at Compliance Week’s National Conference in Washington, D.C.

  • Financial advice

    Consumer Duty: What are the next steps?


    Matti Pekkola of investor services group IQ-EQ identifies key trends from the past year of working with regulated firms on U.K. Consumer Duty compliance.

  • Visibility

    The five pillars of visibility


    Learn key advice on how to raise your professional profile, whether you are working as a compliance professional in a permanent role for one company or as an independent contractor.

  • AI

    The dark side of deep fakes


    We are not the only ones benefiting from the convenience of new technologies like generative artificial intelligence. Scammers are, too.

  • U.K. money laundering

    Lessons learned from FCA case against CFP Management MLRO


    The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority’s decision notice against the money laundering reporting officer of CFP Management sends a strong message to the financial industry, particularly those who work in senior management functions or hold oversight responsibilities.

  • Teamwork

    Five ways to build a top ethics and compliance team


    Luciane Mallmann, head of ethics and compliance for U.K. and Ireland at real estate services company JLL, shares how embedding ethics and compliance into culture, strategy, and operations can add value to a business and its people.

  • AML Euros

    A day in the life of an MLRO


    Discover the key responsibilities and skills of a money laundering reporting officer from Jason Holt, global head of financial crimes compliance at U.K-based investment manager abrdn.

  • Behavioranalysis

    Recent claims cast doubt on legitimacy of behavioral science


    Assessing allegations of data manipulation in psychological studies involving a Harvard Business School professor, Paul Eccleson asks whether we can trust research on behavioral science.

  • Investigations

    Financial crime investigations: Leveling up


    The drive toward upskilling in the field of investigations is not exclusive to the law enforcement and intelligence communities. Investigations knowledge and expertise among those working within industry will also become an increasingly valued commodity.

  • Suspicious activity

    The importance of quality SARs


    Good suspicious activity reports make it easier for financial intelligence units to prioritize and process investigations, enabling better results in the global fight against financial crime.

  • Training

    Creating impactful compliance training


    Speakers as part of a webinar hosted by the International Compliance Association discuss practical tips for engaging learners via compliance training beyond the traditional tick-box approach.

  • Cybercrime

    MOVEit ransomware attack shows sophistication of cybercriminals


    In an era marked by an increase in digital threats, it’s vital to understand how sophisticated cybercriminal syndicates like Clop can impact the financial sector.

  • Money

    The importance of protecting client money


    In today’s financial landscape, protecting client money and assets is a fundamental requirement of an effective compliance program. If client money is not protected, firms can suffer serious consequences.

  • AILaw

    Expert: It’s time to embrace artificial intelligence


    The rapid rate at which technology is developing is staggering, particularly in relation to artificial intelligence. Can we, as compliance practitioners, keep up?

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    Photo gallery: Compliance Week National 2023


    Nearly 500 attendees gathered at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C. for Compliance Week’s 18th annual National Conference from May 15-17. Check out some of the sights from the event in our photo gallery.

  • Rachel Simon EIC 2023

    Q&A: Compliance Mentor of the Year Rachel Simon


    Rachel Simon, vice president of privacy at AT&T, discusses with Compliance Week how leveraging her networking skills has helped the telecommunications giant build diversity in its ranks.

  • Bill Burtis EIC 2023

    Great connector Bill Burtis celebrated by colleagues as CCO of the Year


    Bill Burtis, affable chief compliance officer of networking and cybersecurity solutions company Juniper Networks, was named CCO of the Year at the 2023 Excellence in Compliance Awards.

  • Bianca Forde EIC 2023

    Data-driven disruptor Bianca Forde hailed as Compliance Innovator


    In just one year, Bianca Forde improved the ethics and compliance program at Otis Elevator Company through collaboration, innovation, and data-driven solutions. Her work earned her the nod as Compliance Innovator of the Year at the 2023 Excellence in Compliance Awards.

  • Anastasia Savvateeva EIC 2023

    Q&A: Rising Star in Compliance Anastasia Savvateeva


    Anastasia Savvateeva, deputy head of financial crime compliance for continental Europe at Fidelity International Luxembourg, shares with Compliance Week her view on keys to compliance success, work experiences, and future aspirations.