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Artificial intelligence expert Diana Kelley will discuss what AI means for organizations and explore the technology’s implications for compliance and enterprise risk as part of a keynote address at Compliance Week’s National Conference in Washington, D.C.
The announcement of a record year in several areas of False Claims Act enforcement at the Department of Justice was accompanied by a warning that more significant cases are coming, particularly regarding cybersecurity-related claims.
Legal experts generally agree the U.K.’s record for prosecuting board-level executives for financial and economic crime could be better. But some believe there is a problem criticizing poor enforcement when the legislation in place has its own shortcomings.
A new month and a new venue but a lot of the same you love about Compliance Week’s National Conference. CW Editor in Chief Kyle Brasseur shares what he’s looking forward to most at the 2024 edition of the annual event.
Firms attempting to meet regulatory requirements for monitoring employee use of off-channel communications for business purposes face a bedeviling number of obstacles.
Since the failure of Silicon Valley Bank nearly one year ago, the Federal Reserve Board has revamped its supervisory procedures to respond more quickly and forcefully once it identifies emerging risks at mid-sized and large banks, according to the agency’s vice chair for supervision.
Fines for employing people who do not have a legal right to work in the United Kingdom have risen, meaning employers who fail to carry out the required checks or neglect to re-examine the status of those on temporary work visas could face substantial penalties.
JPMorgan Chase disclosed in a regulatory filing it expects to be penalized approximately $350 million by two unnamed U.S. regulators over lapses in its trading surveillance activities.