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    Podcast: Engaging an evolving workforce in compliance


    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.

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    Podcast: SCOTUS and insider trading


    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 ...

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    Podcast: The new era of regulatory enforcement


    Podcast: The new era of regulatory enforcementGlobalization, terrorist attacks, the digital world, and aftermath of the great recession are all shaping a complex business landscape with unprecedented risks. In our latest podcast, we talk to KPMG's Timothy Hedley and Richard Girgenti about these challenges and their recently published book, “The ...

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    Podcast: How the CCO role is transforming in financial services


    In the latest edition of the Compliance Week podcast we talk to Cynthia Dow, who leads the legal officers practice at Russell Reynolds Associates, an executive search consultancy. She was the author of a recent report, “How the Chief Compliance Officer role is Transforming Across Financial Services,” examining the changing ...

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    Podcast: The legal challenges and regulatory risks of 3D printing


    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 ...

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    Podcast: Compliance challenges in financial services


    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.”

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    Podcast: due diligence in emerging markets


    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 ...

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    Podcast: how boards can improve risk response


    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 ...

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    Podcast: PayPal on Fraud Detection, Continuous Monitoring


    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.

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    Podcast: How Fordham Expanded Compliance Education


    In this edition of the Compliance Week podcast we discuss the state of educational programs for compliance officers with Gerald Manwah, former global head of financial crime compliance at Barclays. He is now senior director of compliance programs at the Fordham University School of Law. In October, the university began ...

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    Podcast: The Compliance Risk of a Global Workforce


    Research by ADP, a provider of human capital management services, found that an overwhelming majority of senior finance executives say monitoring tax, employment and payment-related rule changes has become increasingly time-consuming and fraught with risk. Part of the problem is a lack of access to the real-time, consolidated compliance data ...

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    Podcast: AML Compliance with Leon Blonk


    Image: In this week's podcast, Leon Blonk, regional compliance officer, Bank of China discusses the current state of anti-money laundering compliance in the Netherlands and what companies should consider when conducting business in this part of Europe. According to transparency international, the Netherlands ranked eighth in TI’s latest Corruption Perceptions ...

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    Podcast: Conducting Internal Investigations in Europe


    The steady rise in internal investigations stems from changes in corporate attitudes that view strong compliance processes as critical for the success of any business. As a result of the increased enforcement activities, particularly increased enforcement cooperation between foreign jurisdictions across Europe and around the world, European corporations are ...

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    Podcast: Why Do So Many Companies Struggle with PCI Compliance?


    The Verizon 2015 PCI Report from earlier this year found that one of the most prevalent causes of compliance breakdowns with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, and a cause of breach incidents is difficulty with network firewall policy management. In our latest podcast, we talk to Jody Brazil, ...

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    Podcast: The Volcker Rule Deadline and What's Next


    July 21 was a big day for banks and the beginning of the Volcker Rule’s compliance regime. The rule, a cornerstone of the Dodd-Frank Act, prohibits proprietary trading activities at federally insured banks. In our latest podcast, we talk to Chris Scarpati, a partner in PwC’s financial regulation practice about ...

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    Podcast: Spain’s New Corporate Compliance Defense


    Spain has been receiving a lot of attention recently for its corporate compliance defense. Not only did the country adopt new requirements to help root out corruption but it goes further than other countries have gone by mandating specific features that compliance programs must contain in order to qualify. In ...

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    Podcast: The Increasing Demands on Healthcare Compliance


    The U.S. Department of Justice and Department of Health and Human Services continue to signal a focus on healthcare fraud and compliance lapses. On a more helpful note, the American Health Lawyers Association, HHS' Office of Inspector General, and the Health Care Compliance Association recently collaborated on guidance for healthcare ...

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    Podcast: Internal Investigation Lessons from the NFL


    Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens attacked his fiancée in an elevator. Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady is in a protracted battle over whether he had game balls underinflated. In our latest podcast, we talk to Timothy McConnell, co-chair of the Labor & Employment Practice Group at the law firm ...

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    Podcast: How Falling Oil Prices Affect MD&A, Accounting


    In our latest podcast, we talk to Elizabeth Paul, a partner with PwC’s national professional services group, about what companies affected by falling fuel prices must consider. That includes ensuring the adequacy Management Discussion & Analysis disclosures to the Securities and Exchange Commission; explaining the extent that increased profits are ...

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    Podcast: Corporate Claims Complicate Cuban Trade


    Amid the continuing buzz about President Barack Obama’s call to ease sanctions against Cuba, a question that remains unanswered is what to do about the complex legal issue of corporate and individual claims to property that was seized by the Castro regime. Will companies that suffered a losses decades be ...