Deutsche Bank will pay $150 million in penalties under a consent order with New York State for “significant compliance failures” regarding, in part, its former relationship with accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
Footwear and apparel giant Adidas is focused on improving its diversity efforts after its head of global human resources stepped down following controversial remarks on race that angered employees.
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.
Data privacy is about to become a more tangible concept to Americans not due to regulation like the CCPA, but because the most influential brand in the nation is making it a pillar of how it does business.
Financial crime expert Martin Woods wonders about the compliance priorities of a company found to be as reckless as Pacific Gas and Electric.
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.
Keeping up with regulatory change; budget and resource allocation; and data protection issues were cited as the top three compliance challenges in the financial services industry, according to a recent study.
If “tone at the top” is a benchmark for determining ethical leadership, where does the United States stand?
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.
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.
Establishing a culture based on values and transparency is more effective at preventing misconduct than a robust set of rules, according to an LRN survey.
By balking at original allegations, Westpac opened itself to infinitely more harm, writes financial crime expert Martin Woods.
Facial recognition technology, under assault for alleged biases and misuse by law enforcement, could be facing a moment of reckoning.
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.
Compliance officers must let go of the fear that often accompanies respect for big money (or luxurious aircrafts) and hold the difficult conversations when ferreting out bad actors, writes financial crime expert Martin Woods.
Anti-bullying should be at the top of your compliance agenda and should be supported by increased gender balance, writes financial crime expert Martin Woods.
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.
Just as companies must answer to their stakeholders, our public leaders and institutions need to be held more accountable to their constituents.
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.
Financial crime expert Martin Woods explores what happens when the annual bonus causes employees to disregard their values for want of a dollar.
If the coronavirus pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we need a more resilient food supply chain. Jaclyn Jaeger explains what that could look like and how the public and private sector could play their parts.
A look at a recent court case against car manufacturer Volkswagen once again places the company in the spotlight but, perhaps more importantly, offers some lessons in how to live up to shareholder expectations of good governance that protects their investment.
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.
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory stresses the distinction between goals and values as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
Executive coach Amii Barnard-Bahn reveals five tips for instilling compliance and ethics throughout the organization in times of uncertainty.
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.
The themes of honesty and integrity defined the leadership best practices shared by more than 40 speakers across 15 sessions at Compliance Week’s first-ever Virtual Conference.
Performance coach and former rally car champion Penny Mallory speaks to the benefits adversity can bring as part of her emotional intelligence podcast series.
The entire cruise industry was hit hard by coronavirus, but for Carnival CECO Peter Anderson the challenges were twofold: How to steer his company through both a compliance monitorship and a global pandemic.
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.
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.
U.S. Steel Chief Compliance Officer Duane Holloway’s successful efforts to overhaul the ethical principles of a 119-year-old company earn him the distinction of becoming CW’s first-ever CCO of the Year.
CW’s Compliance Comeback of the Year Josh Drew, group chief ethics & compliance officer at VEON, discusses the challenges he faced when rebuilding the company’s ethics and compliance program under a monitor’s watchful eye.
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.
Lifetime Achievement in Compliance award winner Carrie Penman walks us through her compliance journey—from creating the first corporate-wide ethics program at Westinghouse Electric to her influential ethics and compliance work at NAVEX Global.
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.
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.
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.
A number of forward-thinking companies are using the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to drive promising innovations in their global supply chains.
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.
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.
You can’t hide behind the numbers, as numerous banks, including Bank Hapoalim, found out recently when rampant tax evasion took hold in Switzerland.
A House committee is demanding that large public companies that accepted Paycheck Protection Program loans meant for small businesses return them immediately.
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.
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.
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.
Jay Lee admitted Samsung “has not strictly complied with laws and ethics” at a press conference organized by the company’s new compliance oversight committee.
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.
Compliance and ethics fails during the coronavirus pandemic have done more than hurt companies’ images. They’ve cost lives.
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.