The results of a recent survey from Compliance Week and OpenText reveal that while investigations and data volumes are on the rise, machine learning combined with external expertise may give companies the upper hand in accelerating response and results.
A recent CW Webcast, sponsored by BlackLine and recapped here, discusses how automation can create a more efficient and effective approach to your accounting process.
Will states be able to move forward with their own privacy laws? A provision in a recent bill passed in Florida may be a stumbling block.
Convercent is proud to recognize the winners of Compliance Week’s second annual “Excellence in Compliance Awards,” which spotlight individual and company achievement in seven categories relating to risk and compliance.
Bank culture continues to be a problem, and strategies formed following the financial crisis to prevent money laundering haven’t fared much better. Perhaps it’s time for a new approach.
Companies would be wise to start evaluating their environmental, social, and governance practices under the new presidential regime, especially with confirmation the Securities and Exchange Commission is planning to increase its expectations of public companies to assess and disclose climate-related risks.
A recent survey from Compliance Week and Skillsoft of 180 compliance, risk, and audit professionals asked the question: “What’s your back-to-office plan, and does it work for you?”
This e-Book from Compliance Week and Diligent explores results from the recent survey, “Automated entity management greatly reduces compliance risk.”
This free e-Book considers five questions that can help when designing immersive financial crime training scenarios for learners.
This e-Book, from Compliance Week and Guidehouse Inc., explores how the adoption of machine learning in fighting financial crime will likely explode as technology solutions become more effective and efficient—driven by work-stream prioritization, product maturity, and refinement of implementation processes.
Risk and compliance leaders in financial services should download this e-Book from CW and WorkFusion for better “Know Your Customer” oversight.
This e-Book has the results of a recent joint survey between Compliance Week and Workiva, which show companies could benefit from the IIA’s updated Three Lines Model—especially in light of the pandemic.
The United Kingdom has become the second country behind the United States to issue guidance for companies in the maritime shipping industry helping them ferret out suspicious or illicit practices used by those hoping to evade sanctions.