In our latest podcast, we talk to Jeff Brandeis, growth markets director for Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions, about the challenges presented by a multi-generational, multicultural workforce when designing a compliance program.
On October 5, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Salman v. United States, a case that could offer additional legal clarity on what constitutes insider trading. For our latest podcast, we spoke to a trio of experts at law firm Holwell Shuster & Goldberg who have closely followed the case.
In this edition of the Compliance Week podcast, we chat with Maya Eckstein of the law firm Hunton & Williams, head of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, about the revolutionary implications of 3D printing and the host of new questions it inspires surrounding intellectual property, product liability, regulation, and other significant legal issues.
In the latest edition of the Compliance Week podcast, we discuss regulatory and compliance issues facing the financial services world with Todd Cipperman, founding principal of Cipperman Compliance Services. Among the topics we discuss are individual liability, third party compliance reviews, and the continuing buzz around “culture.”
In our latest podcast we discuss due diligence and third party oversight in emerging markets with Kevin Braine, managing director and head of Kroll’s compliance practice in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Based in London, Braine is responsible for driving forward the expansion of Kroll’s compliance services throughout the region. We talk to Braine about pressing compliance risks in the EMEA region, how compliance officers can push responsibilities onto business managers in emerging markets, and how to tackle ongoing monitoring of third parties.
In the latest edition of the Compliance Week podcast, we chat with Steven Kreit, partner with accounting firm EisnerAmper, about the firm's recent "Concerns About Risks Confronting Corporate Boards" survey. The findings of directors are worried about haven't changed much since last year, with reputation risk and cyber-security perennial causes on angst. The survey notes, however, that there is a gap between knowledge of risk and acting on it, and that certain risks fade from awareness over time.
In the latest edition of the Compliance Week podcast, we chat with Hui Wang, senior director of global risk sciences at PayPal, about security and anti-fraud efforts at the online payment processor and the company’s homegrown system for continuous risk monitoring.