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Volkswagen completes monitorship; Deloitte family leave policy too good to be true?

2020-09-17T20:32:00+01:00By Compliance Week

Volkswagen gets a nod this week for successfully completing its 3-year compliance monitorship related to Dieselgate. Deloitte, on the other hand, lands on the wrong side of our list.

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FRC fines Deloitte record $19.4M for Autonomy audit failures

2020-09-17T18:53:00+01:00By

The U.K. Financial Reporting Council fined Deloitte a record £15 million (U.S. $19.4 million) for numerous findings of misconduct regarding past audits of British software company Autonomy Corporation.

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FinCEN seeking comment on AML program overhaul

2020-09-17T18:44:00+01:00By

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has proposed a plan to issue AML guidance every two years to encourage financial institutions to align their Bank Secrecy Act compliance programs with the agency’s enforcement priorities.

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Brockmeyer at TPRM: Regulator expectations for monitoring third parties

2020-09-17T16:52:00+01:00By

Former chief of the SEC’s FCPA Unit Kara Brockmeyer shared what regulators are looking for when they assess a company’s relationship with its third parties at Compliance Week’s TPRM virtual conference Thursday.

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Report: Median general counsel salary rises again, to $2.6 million

2020-09-17T16:18:00+01:00By

General counsel compensation is steadily on the rise, according to the latest in-house counsel compensation report by Equilar and executive search firm BarkerGilmore. Inside, we also explore what companies seek in a general counsel.

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Chapter 6: Carnival looks toward a new horizon

2020-09-17T13:00:00+01:00By

Carnival will go through extraordinary scrutiny as it prepares to resume guest operations—not just in health, safety, and security but in environmental compliance as well. The storm is not over yet.

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Chapter 5: The storms merge

2020-09-17T13:00:00+01:00By

How can Carnival meet the expectations of a government-mandated environmental compliance plan and stay in the court’s good graces while the coronavirus brings business to a standstill?

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Assessing the fallout from coronavirus relief loan frauds

2020-09-16T17:52:00+01:00By

In both the U.S. and U.K., millions (perhaps billions) of dollars of coronavirus relief loans intended for small businesses is believed to have been misused. Legitimate businesses have been hurt as a result, writes Martin Woods.