Joseph Agins, institutional compliance officer at Sam Houston State University, explains how the “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal provided a value proposition for enhancements to compliance at higher education institutions.
Cécilia Fellouse-Guenkel, executive secretary at Le Cercle de la Compliance in Paris, discusses with columnist Tom Fox how compliance is viewed in France and touches on the country’s new anti-corruption law, Sapin II.
Scott Sullivan, former chief compliance officer at Flowserve, explains to columnist Tom Fox how he incorporated the publicized misdeeds of other companies into his compliance training program.
Rod Hardie, chief compliance officer at Exterran, discusses with columnist Tom Fox what he learned and experienced as an investigator with Baker Hughes during its FCPA investigation in the early 2000s.
Marcel de Chermont, founder and principal of Caledonia Consulting, Inc., discusses with columnist Tom Fox how to tailor a risk-based compliance program to different groups of employees while getting the same message across.
Jay Martin, the associate general counsel and chief compliance officer at Baker Hughes, discusses the positive effect regionalized compliance coverage has had at the worldwide company.
David Bunker, the compliance officer at Seattle-based nonprofit Vulcan, explains the process he implemented to better assess threats of conflict of interest while maintaining employee freedom.
Max Roche, compliance manager of direct funding at the World Economic Forum, discusses his role in making sure grant money received by the organization is spent in the way intended.
Doug Walter, chief compliance officer at Phillips 66, explains to columnist Tom Fox how the energy company’s new headquarters has been a valuable tool for employee engagement and recruiting.
Mary Shirley, senior director of ethics and compliance at Fresenius Medical Care and a 2019 Top Minds recipient, details to columnist Tom Fox the adjustments she’s made in working in compliance across the globe.
Brian Beeghly, former chief compliance officer at Johnson Controls, explains to columnist Tom Fox the steps taken in designing a leadership model in the wake of an FCPA investigation.
Kate Murtagh, chief compliance officer at the Harvard Management Company, discusses the university’s three-pronged approach to sustainable investment with columnist Tom Fox.
Alison Taylor, managing director at Business for Social Responsibility, discusses with columnist Tom Fox the importance and implications of CEO activism in today’s political environment.
Mary Gentile, director and creator of Giving Voice to Values, joins columnist Tom Fox to discuss the benefits of a values-driven approach to leadership development.
Compliance practitioner and author Kristy Grant-Hart chats with Tom Fox about her three books and offers her advice to women of all ages in the compliance field.