Businesses confronting environmental, social, and governance matters for the first time are finding value in engaging their finance and accounting teams for support.
U.S. regulators signaled through a widespread enforcement sweep against Wall Street banks they are zeroing in on employees’ unapproved uses of electronic communication channels to discuss business-related matters.
Significant change in corporate attitudes toward environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting have many companies implementing controls and governance processes over the collection, review, and reporting of sustainability information for the first time.
This free e-Book explores why companies understand the social risks in their supply chains posed by corruption, inequality, and employment standards but don’t always fully recognize less visible risks such as forced and child labor.
As companies face sustainability reporting challenges, accounting and audit firms are fielding increased requests for assistance, along with demands from investors and regulatory bodies for assurance on disclosures.
Businesses are watching five U.S. states where new or amended consumer privacy laws are set to take effect this year. Learn best practices for confronting compliance with multiple state data privacy laws.
Despite legislation aimed at preventing labor and other human rights abuses in supply chains taking force in major countries including the United Kingdom, United States, Germany, and France, many companies are struggling to comply.
The need to keep pace with technology is paramount for compliance departments. Regulators have high expectations that risks are being properly managed during new tech implementation.
Companies can’t do it all in terms of managing every risk from every possible third party. To begin, they must define their vision and strategy.
Twenty years removed from the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, compliance has established itself as a key component of the global business landscape. And yet, 2022 brought new priorities to the fore for many in the profession.
Compliance professionals asked to assess their anti-bribery and corruption efforts indicated resource support deficiencies in areas including staffing and technology, according to a survey conducted by Compliance Week and Morgan Lewis.
Three out of four financial services firms that chose to outsource portions of their financial crime compliance function reported they were pleased with the results, according to a new survey conducted by Compliance Week and Guidehouse.
The recent banking crisis—in which three mid-sized U.S. banks failed—prompted just under half of compliance professionals across all industries to reassess their TPRM procedures, according to a recent survey conducted by Compliance Week and Riskonnect.
Nearly two-thirds of senior compliance executives anticipate third parties to be the most heightened area of risk to their businesses in 2023, according to the results of a new study.
When it comes to keeping up with data privacy regulation, organizations would be wise to adopt a more comprehensive technology solution to drive efficiency and minimize human error.
Respondents to a survey from Compliance Week and Dun & Bradstreet overwhelmingly indicated cybersecurity to be the most important compliance-related area affecting third-party risk management in the new year, though fraud and other risks should still be on their radar.
In the past, compliance training was regarded by companies as optional. Organizations can no longer afford to take that view.
With all the moving parts of mergers and acquisitions, governmental licenses often get lost in the shuffle. But part of an M&A subject to the whims of thousands of licensing jurisdictions should not go ignored.
More than 70 percent of respondents to a recent survey from Compliance Week and advisory, tax, and assurance firm CohnReznick LLP said their companies were already preparing to comply with the climate-related disclosure rule proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A Compliance Week and BRYTER survey analyzed 81 responses from compliance and legal practitioners who ranked data privacy and cybersecurity threats the No. 1 biggest risk entering 2022.
This webcast will provide an overview of new interagency guidance on third-party relationships, as well as share practical advice to ensure your organization is fully prepared for the expanded scope and what this means for your organization’s TPRM program.
As organizations increasingly rely on third and fourth parties to support critical business services many are assessing their existing capabilities and modernizing their Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) programs and enabling technologies.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming the way businesses operate. As AI becomes more pervasive, it is essential for organizations to have a strong AI governance program in place to mitigate risks while capitalizing on value.
Delve into the crucial aspects of the compliance trifecta—say it, do it, prove it—and how organizations can navigate them through the art of data discovery.
This session is focused on the practical steps to balancing data risks, looking at the people, practices, and technologies behind the effort.
Are you staying vigilant when it comes to third-party risk? With more businesses relying on external third parties, it’s critical to monitor third-party risk on an ongoing basis.
Public records can do a lot to help companies map their supply chains and understand where they are exposed to environmental risk along the way.
Discover how leading companies are leveraging human capital management to create a strong connection between employee well-being, sustainable and secure operations, and ESG objectives.
This webinar aims to provide a comprehensive overview of how the financial industry can harness the potential of generative artificial intelligence while navigating the implications it presents for digital communications and compliance.
Data and analytics can foster a culture of collaboration and help bridge the gap between seemingly disparate disciplines executing seemingly disparate programs and policies.