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State of Compliance 2012

Joe Mont | June 19, 2012

The good news for compliance programs is that many are finally getting the added resources they need to get the job done. The challenge, however, is how to best leverage staff and technology to keep pace with the regulatory onslaught they face and the increasingly complex, specialized issues they must handle.

Those insights were among the findings of the second annual “State of Compliance: 2012” survey, a joint effort between PwC and Compliance Week, that was released on June 4 at the Compliance Week 2012 annual conference in Washington, D.C.

Sally Bernstein, a principal in PwC's advisory practice, says the findings are timely given the increased demands on compliance officers as they evaluate or oversee nearly every risk or regulatory issue companies face, including anti-trust, anti-corruption, ethics, import-export, supply chain, social media, and codes...

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