Ericsson shook up its reporting structure with the promotion of Head of Corporate and Government Investigations Rebecca Rohr to chief compliance officer.

Rohr will “oversee the compliance team as well as the investigations office, bringing both functions under a single leader,” the Swedish telecommunications company announced in a press release Tuesday.

“With the change in reporting structure and [Rohr] as our new CCO, we will continue to build and transform our culture focusing on strong decision-making and risk management, effective oversight, and accountability,” said Börje Ekholm, Ericsson president and chief executive, in the release. “Ethical standards shall continue to stand in the center of everything we do and be our competitive strength.”

Rohr succeeds Jan Sprafke and will report to Group Chief Legal Officer Scott Dresser and the audit and compliance committee of the board of directors. Sprafke, who is departing the company to pursue other opportunities, served as acting CCO until October, when he took on the role full time.

Joining Ericsson in 2022, Rohr previously served as an ethics and compliance officer in the anti-corruption and global trade division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, according to her LinkedIn profile. She also brings experience from the Department of Justice, having previously served as acting deputy chief of staff to the assistant attorney general and senior counsel in the DOJ’s Criminal Division.

“I look forward to continuing to execute on our strategy to drive cultural transformation, leading compliance and investigations to improve our ways of working and strengthen sustainability of the program,” Rohr said in the release. “I thank [Sprafke] for his partnership and for his significant contributions in embedding compliance and ethics into our daily operations around the world.”

In December 2022, Ericsson announced the DOJ and Securities and Exchange Commission extended its compliance monitorship by a year after breaching its deferred prosecution agreement over Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations. The monitor runs through June.