Women in Compliance highlights: Mentorship driving DEI; fostering board buy-in


Keeping track of regulations and understanding how they affect your business can be a hot mess without proper organization and collaboration, experts said at Compliance Week’s Women in Compliance Summit, held June 3-4, in Atlanta.

Erin Brown, vice president and third-party risk operations manager for MUFG Bank, said having touchpoints, especially with information technology, can help with interpreting regulations and performing a gap analysis. In terms of the regulations themselves, “always read the footnotes,” she advised.

While Brown’s session focused on the fundamentals of regulatory compliance, it was just one of many takeaways from the event, including how mentorship can drive diversity, fostering board buy-in, tackling racial bias, AI risk mitigation, and plenty of networking opportunities.

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