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By Compliance Week2021-03-25T20:22:00+00:00
Kyle Brasseur reviews the Goldman Sachs junior banker scandal and whether complaints of employee crunch on Wall Street can lead to change in working conditions.
Check out Compliance Week for a closer look at the compliance risks of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs).
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Aly McDevitt and Kyle Brasseur assess changes in compliance and risk management functions at Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse in light of recent scandals at each bank.
Aly McDevitt assesses controversial data breach disclosures from U.K. retailer FatFace and technology vendor Ubiquiti in light of a report Congress is considering stricter requirements for reporting data breaches.
Aly McDevitt praises several German companies for taking initiative ahead of an impending law mandating female representation on boards, while Kyle Brasseur reviews a shareholder lawsuit that criticizes Tesla’s instability at the general counsel position.
Is there competition among international regulators with courting whistleblowers? If so, writes Martin Woods, the path to victory is obvious: monetary incentives.
Many believe culture is all about conduct, but the culture sitting behind the conduct is based upon tolerance and intolerance, writes Martin Woods.
The tide has officially turned, corporate America. The SEC is returning to a previous position of measuring the agency’s success by the size and number of the fines it levies. Time to get your houses in order.
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