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PwC’s sixth annual “Risk in Review” survey spells out the many ways in which firms that place risk accountability with business units enjoy greater risk management overall.
In the latest installment of the Compliance Week / OCEG GRC Illustrated Series, we explore the importance of following up on third-party evaluations.
Big changes are afoot at the SEC, which raises the question of whether this might be the beginning of a big new era in the Commission’s tone, direction, and priorities.
The early days of the Trump Administration haven’t meant doom for the Dodd-Frank Act, even as efforts to scale it back materialize on several fronts.
Past efforts to dismantle the CFPB have not accomplished much, but fresh legal challenges and legislation might spell trouble for the much-criticized government office.
France has adopted a multinational law that aims to hold companies accountable for rooting out any unacceptable or criminal activity within their supply chains.
Internal audit shops are buzzing over data analytics, with more audit leaders planning to adopt or expand their use across the scope of their audit work.
Walmart’s fourth annual global and ethics program update has lots of good progress to report, but 2012 allegations of bribery in Mexico are a reminder of why these updates exist at all.
The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco has appointed Lisa Violet as senior vice president and chief risk officer.
Falcon Group, a Swiss private banking boutique, has appointed Bruno Meyer to the newly created role of chief risk officer and a member of the executive board, effective July 1.
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