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  • Blog

    Podcast: Compliance with new Opportunity Tax Zones rules


    Qualified Opportunity Zones were created by tax reform legislation to incentivize investments in economically distressed communities. In this podcast, we discuss their complexities with Mayer Greenberg and Kevin Matz, tax experts and partners at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan.

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    Podcast: Sanctions compliance made easy—even when things get complex


    In our latest podcast our guest is Julie Myers Wood, CEO of Guidepost Solutions, an investigative and compliance consulting firm. We discuss ways to simplify sanctions compliance and ways to leverage the program to meet other regulatory objectives.

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    Podcast: The regulatory challenges of self-driving trucks


    In our latest podcast, we listen in on a recent Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing where regulatory approaches to self-driving trucks were discussed.

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    The Super Bowl of compliance: the attorney behind the big game


    As you watch the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons battle in the Super Bowl, noted attorney Tom Ajamie will be behind the scenes to oversee all things legal and compliance. Joe Mont reports.

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    Podcast: Oh, Canada...and compliance resources


    In this edition of the Compliance Week podcast, we talk to Ellen Zimiles, a managing director at Navigant Consulting, about governance enhancements in Canada that allow CCOs to report their companies for not giving them enough budget to be effective.

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    Podcast: Trump, in his own words, on regulation


    In this edition of the Compliance Week podcast, we offer selected soundbites from President-elect Donald Trump that detail his views of importance to public companies.

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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: The new era of regulatory enforcement


    Globalization, 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. Joe Mont has more.

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    Deloitte Advisory announces new podcast series


    Learning from leaders whose decisions changed lives and careers, who experienced a situation that took them to the brink and back; that’s the purpose of the newly-launched podcast series, “Resilient,” from Deloitte Advisory.

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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


    Image: 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 CW podcast, we chat with Steven Kreit, partner with accounting firm EisnerAmper, about the firm’s recent “Concerns About Risks Confronting Corporate Boards” survey. Director worries haven’t changed much since last year, with reputation risk and cyber-security perennial causes of angst, according to the survey. However, there does ...

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


    In our latest podcast, we talk to Elizabeth Paul at PwC about what companies affected by falling fuel prices must consider. That includes ensuring the adequacy of Management Discussion & Analysis disclosures; explaining the extent that increased profits are due to better margins rather than higher revenue; and, for the ...

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    Podcast: Casinos Double Down on Anti-Money Laundering Compliance


    Casinos have traditionally had a less-than-stellar track record when it comes to their anti-money laundering efforts. But now, amid increased scrutiny on AML compliance by regulators, the American Gaming Association has released its first-ever AML best practices guidebook. In our latest podcast, we talk to Fred Curry, a principal in ...