2020-05-26T18:51:00+01:00By Amii Barnard-Bahn
Executive coach Amii Barnard-Bahn reveals five tips for instilling compliance and ethics throughout the organization in times of uncertainty.
2020-05-26T14:00:00+01:00Provided by TrustArc
COVID-19 has completely changed the way organizations do business, both internally and externally. The influx of sensitive data being collected makes proactively identifying and managing privacy risk a big challenge.
2020-05-22T13:09:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory explains the value of proper leadership to motivating a high-performance team as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-21T18:13:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
The Center for Audit Quality advisory board member firms met with CAQ Executive Director Julie Bell Lindsay to discuss concerns relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-05-21T15:41:00+01:00By Martin Woods
Financial crime expert Martin Woods explores how bad actors use crises like the coronavirus pandemic to exploit fear, perceived weaknesses, and obvious vulnerabilities and further their criminal enterprise.
2020-05-21T14:00:00+01:00Provided by BlackLine Systems
Although company management and auditors may not see eye to eye on everything, they can agree that teams must find new ways to effectively work together during the COVID-19 crisis.
2020-05-20T16:46:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
The coronavirus pandemic is not a “Get Out of Jail Free” card. It is not an excuse machine—just one of the lessons explored during Compliance Week’s recent Virtual Conference.
2020-05-19T16:19:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
A panel of experts speaking at Compliance Week’s 2020 Virtual Conference share helpful tips for chief ethics and compliance officers on how to lead successfully in a time of great uncertainty.
2020-05-18T16:34:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
Speaking at the Compliance Week 2020 virtual conference, former UN Ambassador Samantha Power offered advice on how to address abuses happening during the pandemic and praised the upsurge in strong female leadership around the world.
2020-05-18T14:34:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory reviews the pros and cons of setting ambitious goals as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-18T13:21:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
Can an employee, fearful of contracting coronavirus, refuse to return to work? Though the law may be on the employer’s side, there should be room for negotiation.
2020-05-15T15:26:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The Advanced Medical Technology Association has released new compliance guidance for medical-technology companies to guide them in mitigating compliance and corruption risks as they help healthcare providers fight coronavirus.
2020-05-15T14:58:00+01:00By Dave Lefort
The coronavirus pandemic has made getting together for our annual National Conference impossible, but it’s also made this virtual gathering (Monday and Tuesday) perhaps the most important one we’ve ever had.
2020-05-14T19:24:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
A coalition of nine attorneys general filed a federal lawsuit against the EPA in response to the agency’s policy that it will stop enforcing requirements under a wide range of federal environmental laws during the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-05-14T18:43:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
A number of forward-thinking companies are using the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to drive promising innovations in their global supply chains.
2020-05-14T14:00:00+01:00Provided by Supply Wisdom
Risk events eventually diminish, and the focus naturally turns to recovery. But COVID-19 represents a unique challenge due it’s prolonged effects and the resulting cascading risks and possible disruptions.
2020-05-13T20:36:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Steven Peikin, co-director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division, said while coronavirus-related matters remain a top priority for the agency, “our other priorities also remain in place.”
2020-05-13T17:37:00+01:00By Martin Woods
Is managing our return to the workplace a job for the compliance department? The better question may be how can we get all employees to serve the wider compliance effort, writes Martin Woods.
2020-05-13T17:37:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory explains the importance of identifying and overcoming your fears as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-12T19:36:00+01:00Provided by Exterro
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.
2020-05-12T13:04:00+01:00By Martin Woods
Recent fraud complaints at oil traders in Singapore highlight the risks in the international business of commodity finance, where high prices provide high rewards and low prices can leave lenders exposed.
2020-05-11T18:08:00+01:00By Neil Hodge
E-commerce giant Amazon has shut up shop in France because the cost of compliance with the country’s COVID-19 emergency measures is deemed to be too high.
2020-05-11T12:44:00+01:00By Lara Burke & Dominique Strieder, CW Guest Columnists
For companies, compliance professionals, and lawyers who are currently conducting or about to begin complicated internal investigations remotely, we suggest a few practical pointers.
2020-05-08T19:34:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
A House committee is demanding that large public companies that accepted Paycheck Protection Program loans meant for small businesses return them immediately.
2020-05-08T15:17:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory examines two popular ways to cope with stress and offers tips to combat fatigue as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-07T19:50:00+01:00By Jake Plenderleith, International Compliance Association
The spread of the coronavirus has elevated the visibility of fraud for the general public and exposed to senior management in firms the seriousness of the consequences of underestimating the threat.
2020-05-07T16:52:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
Hille Sheppard of Sidley Austin offers some insights into what tactics audit committees should employ to confront uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-05-06T20:21:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
As financial hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic take their toll, some forward-thinking companies have made changes to the benefit of suppliers, serving as leaders for others in their industry.
2020-05-06T17:14:00+01:00By Kyle Brasseur
Saying there is “evidence of a vein of toxicity” running through Amazon’s company culture, a now-former VP is the most prominent voice to speak out against the tech behemoth’s actions during the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-05-06T13:54:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory shines light on a handful of individual risks to team performance as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-05T15:14:00+01:00By Neil Hodge
While EU regulators have not engaged in investigations yet or launched many (or any) coronavirus-related enforcement actions, lawyers warn they will do so later down the line and believe they will tackle “worst offenders” first.
2020-05-05T14:00:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Internal auditors will want to check out a recent publication from PwC on how to navigate core audit committee responsibilities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-05-04T17:19:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
Senate Republicans say they will soon introduce a coronavirus-specific data privacy bill that would create regulations under the FTC for companies collecting personal data to fight the ongoing pandemic.
2020-05-04T13:47:00+01:00By Martin Woods
If there’s anything to be learned from recent examples, it’s that whistleblowers do more than anyone to speak truth to power. That’s why it’s so important they are both listened to and properly protected and rewarded.
2020-05-01T16:28:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory shares tips for building a culture of trust within an organization as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-04-30T20:58:00+01:00By Compliance Week
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.
2020-04-30T15:26:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
The conventional wisdom on cyber-security is to play defense and respond quickly to breaches. But these are not normal times, and proper cyber-hygiene is more important than ever.
2020-04-30T06:43:00+01:00Provided by Diligent
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced us to a new reality. Every aspect of business has been impacted—from supply chain operations to risk measurement to stakeholder communication.
2020-04-29T19:45:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The coronavirus pandemic has affected both the risk landscape and the diligence protocols for merger and acquisition transactions at every stage of the game. But while deal terms may be negotiable, what should be non-negotiable is the compliance function’s role in M&A transactions.
2020-04-29T17:20:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
FASB staff issued a question-and-answer document to address uncertainty about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on cash flow hedge accounting under Accounting Standards Codification Topic 815.
2020-04-29T15:26:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory explains the benefits of having a growth mindset during times of crisis as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-04-29T15:22:00+01:00By Alejandra Montenegro Almonte and Ann Sultan, Compliance Week Guest Columnists
One day—maybe in the not-too-distant future—we will emerge from the coronavirus pandemic to some semblance of normalcy, a “normal” likely different from the one we left a few months ago. How do we best prepare for this next chapter?
2020-04-28T18:29:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The SEC announced charges against Praxsyn and its CEO for lying about acquiring and being able to supply millions of N95 masks, joining a long list of other companies alleged to have participated in COVID-19 investment scams.
2020-04-28T15:18:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
NAVEX Global’s annual “Risk & Compliance Hotline Benchmark Report” provides chief ethics and compliance officers with best practices on how the performance of their hotline and incident-management programs stack up against their peers.
2020-04-27T14:23:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
Julie Bell Lindsay, executive director of the Center for Audit Quality, shares her perspectives on how public company auditors are coping with new challenges from the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-04-24T17:53:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
The coronavirus pandemic has created a sea of red flags in every company’s supply chain. When each alert indicates a possible disruption, which ones do you act on?
2020-04-24T14:36:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory explains the importance of confidence and how to develop more over time as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-04-23T19:15:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Boeing announced several leadership and organizational changes, to take effect May 1, as the airline industry braces for post-pandemic turbulence.