Executives increasingly take stakeholder considerations into account when they make decisions, and directors have a fiduciary duty to understand the environmental and social impacts of the business and related implications to the company’s risk profile and strategy.
It is virtually impossible to move forward in business without vendor relationships, but having vendors also means having potential risk.
While many industries have become fixated with the potential of AI – including the field of corporate due diligence – asking if it will replace the human component may be the wrong question.
Learn how to undergo a digital transformation (in 3 easy steps) that will help you to optimize your financial close process.
Learn how to eliminate manual processes and mitigate risks within your month-end close.
Now that RDC has carried out one trillion screens they assure you, efficient compliance screening is possible.
In today’s business climate, policy and procedure management is essential to stay in compliance and create a solid foundation that will enable organizations to communicate effectively, foster a sense of company cohesion, develop employee engagement, and reduce noncompliance.
Compensation structures continue to evolve, with new and added award types, a greater demand to tie pay to performance, more complex accounting, and more time being spent addressing participant questions and issues.
With growing investor attention to sustainability, there is often greater emphasis on the governance element (the “G”) of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) and the board’s fiduciary duty to oversee a company’s strategy, risk, and capital allocation.
California’s new data privacy law, The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), is ushering in a new era of consumer privacy protections in the U.S.
Our second annual special report on compliance and technology addresses the challenges and opportunities posed by the continuing evolution of the compliance function and the advanced tools that both power it and make it infinitely more complex.
The blending of corporate culture with the proliferation of social media carries with it a heavy burden of risk.
New deadlines for the lease accounting standard have given companies more time to overcome implementation and adoption challenges.
The world of global sanctions compliance is only growing more complex, not simpler. This can’t-miss e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in collaboration with Refinitiv, will help compliance officers and corporate counsel navigate through these legal and regulatory complexities.
An organization is only as strong as its weakest link. As enterprises expand their international reach, the potential for uncovering fallible business associates multiplies.
Violations of anti-corruption laws can have devasting consequences for any company across any industry, if not managed appropriately—including significant fines, reputational damage, and litigation that can span several years—all of which create disruption to business operations.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board has approved delays for its credit loss standard, a.k.a. CECL, but companies—especially financial institutions—still have a long way to go.
Third-party relationships present one of the biggest risks a company can take on, which makes doing all you can to properly vet and monitor these partners of tantamount importance.
Compliance Week’s Top Minds Class of 2019 includes 12 stars of the compliance community (chosen from nearly 200 nominees) whose achievements are dwarfed only by their personal integrity and dedication to ethics. Read all about these dozen standouts in this special-edition e-Book.
California has not only been on the forefront of emerging technologies, it’s also been the most active state when it comes to regulating that new tech, especially when it comes to data privacy.