You can’t hide from the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, even if you are a powerful government regime. Just ask Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, who—along with others in his administration—were taken down in late March for violating certain provisions of the formidable anti-corruption law.
The coronavirus pandemic has industries scrambling to rewrite the blueprints for effective operations, with auditors under pressure to perform.
Compliance with specific regulations—such as the California Consumer Privacy Act—has taken a back seat during the coronavirus pandemic to more pressing concerns, including videoconference pitfalls, making sure remote workers are operating securely, and coronavirus disclosure.
This e-Book is a compilation of Compliance Week’s coverage on the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic. As our society continues in a work-from-home digital model, learn how to continuously protect your company and employees from the risks.
The report explores how companies tackle their third-party risk, use “enhanced due diligence” to boost their ABC programs, and how much and what types of training they employ to tackle risk.
As both the regulatory landscape and the “new normal” for businesses evolves in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, one thing remains certain: An ethics-first mindset will always keep your company pointed in the right direction.
The alarming worldwide spread of the coronavirus has not only sent financial markets crashing, it’s created a cascade of risks that every compliance practitioner will need to proactively manage.
In this e-Book, Compliance Week explores auditor reporting standards issued in May by the Auditing Standards Board to help companies get a head start on their rapidly approaching 2020 reports.
Traditionally one of the more thankless jobs in compliance, training is evolving from a tedious (yet critical) requirement to an engaging, informative exercise that not only keeps your organization walking an ethical straight line, but—in some cases—actually helps identify strengths and weaknesses in your culture.
ExxonMobil’s recent victory in a sanctions case could inspire others to fight back against U.S.-imposed sanctions.
More firms have been stymied by the General Data Protection Regulation.
This e-Book explores the need for effective risk management in the company supply chain.
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.