2020-08-13T17:22:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
Many of the coronavirus-related risks recently highlighted by the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations are well-known, but the agency made a point of mentioning fees and expenses.
2020-08-13T14:37:00+01:00By Compliance Week
A fresh podcast from the Theranos whistleblower and a new compliance association for Black practitioners get a round of applause from us this week, while a complicated case involving McDonald’s lands the company on both the “Nailed It” and “Failed It” lists.
2020-08-13T14:00:00+01:00Provided by ProcessUnity
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the landscape of global risk, and many organizations are quickly adapting their third-party risk management processes as a result.
2020-08-11T19:22:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on companies’ leasing function, according to results from a recent survey from Compliance Week and Visual Lease. The study reveals how companies are tackling leasing issues in the “new normal.”
2020-08-10T18:16:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
In the wake of drastic updates to the “Three Lines Model” for managing risk, IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers catches up with Compliance Week to discuss the changes, how COVID-19 has impacted the internal audit profession, and more.
2020-08-07T14:47:00+01:00By Kyle Brasseur
Focus on LIBOR transition may have slipped during the coronavirus pandemic, but the recent conversation among regulators is once again looking toward life after the soon-expiring reference rate.
2020-08-06T14:00:00+01:00Provided by Fusion Risk Management
As new insights are continually evolving, organizations around the world are trying to plan and develop their strategies for returning to the new “normal.”
2020-08-05T13:59:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
If you are an employer hoping Congress will pass a “coronavirus liability shield” bill to help your company deflect COVID-19 lawsuits, consider this: No such “shield” will do much good unless you’ve already taken action to create a safe workplace.
2020-07-30T17:36:00+01:00By Martin Woods
Now is the time to market compliance practices to customers who wear masks within our premises but drop the masks—and their guards—when answering calls and emails from the privacy of their own homes, writes Martin Woods.
2020-07-23T14:00:00+01:00Provided by Kroll
Join Kroll for an opportunity to learn how you can help your organization better minimize risks in the post-COVID-19 world.
2020-07-22T18:30:00+01:00By Compliance Week
In this week’s “Nailed It or Failed It?”, Disney gets kudos for throwing its weight behind the #StopHateForProfit protest, while PG&E earns criticism after being found responsible for yet another California wildfire.
2020-07-08T16:33:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has issued an advisory on the types of coronavirus-related scams and schemes that financial institutions should be on alert for—for example, “mule money schemes”—and how and where to report such activity.
2020-07-02T14:38:00+01:00By Jake Plenderleith, International Compliance Association
Trade-based money laundering was already happening prior to the coronavirus pandemic, but now its nature has shifted. The ICA offers key considerations for managing emerging risks.
2020-07-02T12:50:00+01:00By Amii Barnard-Bahn
Executive coach Amii-Barnard Bahn offers some tips for when your compliance title morphs into “Chief Public Health Officer,” plus ways to highlight the compliance function at your company and more.
2020-07-01T18:30:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency published a new report describing key issues facing the federal banking system and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the banking industry.
2020-07-01T17:16:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The Environmental Protection Agency has revised its temporary—and controversial—enforcement discretion policy regarding environmental legal obligations during the coronavirus pandemic, establishing an end date of Aug. 31.
2020-06-25T17:12:00+01:00By Richard Bistrong
CW contributor Richard Bistrong shares his thoughts on Dr. Andrea Bonime-Blanc’s book within the context of the DOJ’s most recent compliance guidance and the turbulent times in which we are currently living.
2020-06-25T14:00:00+01:00Provided by Truyo
Throughout the pandemic, technology will play a critical role as businesses adapt to this “new normal.” One strategy industries will rely on to provide employees and consumers with peace of mind is the use of temperature screening technology.
2020-06-24T19:48:00+01:00By Barbara Boehler
The challenge of educators and trainers is to demonstrate how online learning has the ability to be “more than” it has been before. To accomplish this goal, “let’s Zoom” cannot be the only call to action.
2020-06-23T15:40:00+01:00By Amii Barnard-Bahn
Executive coach Amii Barnard-Bahn provides guidance on how compliance practitioners can best have the tough conversations they need to have in a virtual environment.
2020-06-17T18:44:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
As federal officials dicker over details in a federal data privacy law, the coronavirus continues to spread. Development of a key technological tool in the fight is being kneecapped by their inaction.
2020-06-17T16:21:00+01:00By DeAnn Orie
Despite the coronavirus pandemic throwing a wrench into the events industry, U.S. regulators are still planning Webinars and other opportunities this summer to engage with the public.
2020-06-16T18:13:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Testimony provided by several agencies before a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing offers valuable insights for chief compliance and risk officers regarding where coronavirus fraud threats may lurk, especially in the financial services and healthcare sectors.
2020-06-16T16:07:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
A group of prominent Democratic legislators has proposed a whistleblower protection bill designed to help uncover fraud and waste in the trillions of dollars worth of coronavirus-relief funds allocated by Congress.
2020-06-16T15:15:00+01:00By Erin Lynch
As you’re making your back-to-work policies during the emergence from our collective quarantines, take into consideration that “optional” isn’t an option for everyone.
2020-06-16T11:00:00+01:00Provided by Genpact
As businesses and employees work to re-establish stability and reset targets following the disruption caused by coronavirus, they will be more vulnerable to fraud, corruption, and regulatory violations.
2020-06-15T20:02:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
As businesses begin to reopen, many companies are reassessing the furlough decisions they made in March. If you manage such employees, you would be wise to heed this advice.
2020-06-11T20:13:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
A session from a recent MetricStream virtual conference provides lessons for internal audit on what risks to watch out for and how to chart a path forward.
2020-06-10T19:44:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
CCOs looking to navigate the fluid corruption risk environment in Latin America will want to review a newly released report on how countries are uncovering, punishing, and deterring corruption—particularly now, amid a pandemic.
2020-06-10T15:25:00+01:00By Compliance Week
Compliance Week Editor in Chief Dave Lefort and ServiceNow Risk Solutions Executive Brandon Reese share best practices and discuss managing pandemic-related risks as companies safely and slowly bring employees back to the office.
2020-06-09T14:00:00+01:00Provided by True Office Learning
There’s no argument that the world has changed, and while the long-term implications of the COVID-19 crisis are unknown, the way we approach work and the workplace has already become different forever.
2020-06-05T15:51:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
As companies around the world begin to manufacture products outside their comfort zone to address dire shortages in personal protective equipment amid the pandemic, compliance practitioners are negotiating new risks and challenges.
2020-06-05T15:24:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory concludes her emotional intelligence podcast series with a discussion of change and its importance to how we progress in life.
2020-06-04T15:40:00+01:00By Aaron Nicodemus
“Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked,” said Warren Buffett. With the pandemic tide out, here are some related frauds that are likely already occurring that corporations should be watching for.
2020-06-03T20:16:00+01:00By Kyle Brasseur
The Financial Accounting Standards Board finalized effective date delays of one year to standards affecting revenue recognition and leases in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-06-03T15:12:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory details how taking risks is essential to success as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-29T15:22:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory explains how to expel negative thoughts and the value of optimism as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-28T17:00:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has issued what it says is the first of several advisories concerning financial crimes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
2020-05-28T15:23:00+01:00By Penny Mallory
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory stresses the distinction between goals and values as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
2020-05-27T18:40:00+01:00By Maria L. Murphy
Steve Barta, a partner in the Audit and Assurance practice of Deloitte & Touche, reveals some key accounting areas where finance leaders might need to give extra attention.
2020-05-27T16:56:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
With increased use of remote learning putting children’s online privacy in the spotlight, regulators are stepping up their oversight and responding accordingly.
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.