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Binance crypto

Binance’s compliance past, future detailed


There are a slew of compliance lessons to be learned from the $4.3 billion settlement that Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, reached with the U.S. government.

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Despite AI hype, compliance remains hesitant adopter


Most compliance professionals say their teams are not using artificial intelligence to assist with compliance obligations, according to our “Inside the Mind of the CCO” survey.

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More companies enter ‘discovery phase’ of ESG reporting in 2023


Climate-related disclosure efforts are amplifying year over year, despite persistent and persnickety pain points, as more organizations widen the scope of their ESG journeys, our “Inside the Mind of the CCO” survey found.

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Inside the Mind of the CCO: Compliance feeling regulatory heat in 2023


Our fifth annual “Inside the Mind of the CCO” survey saw keeping up with regulatory policies dethrone resource support as the biggest concern among all respondents for the first time.

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All eyes on Companies House in U.K. corporate transparency efforts


The success of the U.K.’s latest legislative efforts to tackle financial crime depends on the capability of transforming what is often regarded as one of the country’s most passive regulators into a proactive—even aggressive—prosecuting authority.

Russia sanctions

No clear path for leniency for U.K. firms navigating Russian sanctions


U.K. companies might be wary of informing regulators they have potentially violated sanctions against Russia over fears they could be publicly criticized for even minor breaches.

AI business

Using AI? The SEC wants to know about it


The Securities and Exchange Commission has not yet implemented rules governing use of artificial intelligence but still expects regulated entities to adhere to commonly accepted practices, including disclosure, said an agency enforcement official.

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How technology can help track off-channel communications use


Establishing a set of policies and procedures to prevent employee use of nonauthorized electronic communications to conduct business is relatively straightforward. The hard part is monitoring compliance.