There is much companies can do—and must do, given upcoming regulatory requirements—to rein in Scope 3 emissions, sustainability expert Susan McNichols discussed at CW’s virtual ESG Summit.
A recent survey conducted by Compliance Week and Morgan Lewis determined areas of insufficient resource support to combat bribery and corruption, along with trends in third-party due diligence.
Compliance professionals asked to assess their anti-bribery and corruption efforts indicated resource support deficiencies in areas including staffing and technology, according to a survey conducted by Compliance Week and Morgan Lewis.
The actions of companies like Amazon and new legislation passed in California prove it’s no longer a question of if companies will be required to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions—it’s a question of when, experts told attendees at CW’s virtual ESG Summit.
Carolina Ceballos, the first full-time chief compliance officer at Paxos, shares with Compliance Week what the blockchain infrastructure platform does, its culture, and how it uses compliance as a competitive advantage.
John Gagel, chief sustainability officer for Lexmark International, shares with Compliance Week why the private company tracks its greenhouse gas emissions and plans to comply with the climate-related disclosure rule proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
If multi-state businesses thought at the start of 2023 complying with a patchwork of U.S. state privacy laws was going to be a lot of work, now they must be overwhelmed. Experts assess the fast-evolving U.S. privacy landscape.
A Foreign Corrupt Practices Act review published by the Department of Justice offers further clarity around when the agency would determine expenses paid on behalf of a foreign official to be deemed “reasonable and bona fide.”
Even though compliance dates for the Securities and Exchange Commission’s new private fund rules are a year to 18 months away, compliance teams should start analyzing the impact now, according to experts.
Businesses can prepare for the Securities and Exchange Commission’s upcoming cybersecurity disclosure rule by going through it and identifying key gaps in compliance.
Data security and compliance are not one and the same but have enough overlap that organizations can take steps when building a data security program to move closer to achieving compliance.
Erik Ingersoll, director of risk and compliance at MobilityWorks, shares the advantages the wheelchair accessibility vehicle provider has gained from switching to an automated compliance system to track its licenses.
Author Mary Shirley establishes her ethics and compliance advice book as relatable for all practitioners, junior or senior level. The result is an enjoyable read that offers something for everyone from any E&C background.
This webcast will break down the key findings of an anti-bribery and corruption survey report and offer additional insights into what global compliance professionals had to say about their ongoing and emerging concerns.
Material findings related to environmental, social, and governance due diligence have disrupted mergers and acquisitions, forcing companies in the United States and abroad to back out of deals, according to a study from KPMG.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission have indicated they will be more forgiving to financial services firms that voluntarily self-report recordkeeping violations and take remedial actions before being asked to do so.
Sona Bedrossian, FlightHub Group’s general counsel and compliance officer, explains to Compliance Week how the online travel agency embeds compliance into its technology.
Average audit fees paid to external auditors by Securities and Exchange Commission registrants reached record totals in fiscal year 2022, according to the latest annual study.
The clock is ticking for public companies to put in place policies and practices to meet the requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s newly approved cybersecurity incident disclosure rule.
The drive toward upskilling in the field of investigations is not exclusive to the law enforcement and intelligence communities. Investigations knowledge and expertise among those working within industry will also become an increasingly valued commodity.
Penalties against companies including British American Tobacco, Wells Fargo, and Microsoft demonstrate the multiple ways in which businesses can run afoul of U.S. sanctions—an area receiving increased scrutiny by regulators.
Respondents to a recent survey conducted by Compliance Week and Guidehouse largely indicated outsourcing improved the effectiveness of their compliance program in fighting financial crime, though limits remain on how much can be outsourced.
The global average cost of a data breach reached a new all-time high of $4.45 million in 2023, according to IBM’s annual report.
A steady increase in the rate of deficiencies observed by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board during audit inspections the past three years has the head of the agency calling on firms to “make changes to turn things around.”
Finance and accounting is increasingly relied on to provide support regarding companies’ ESG disclosures without being granted additional resources. Technology that enables automation serves as a solution to reduce this burden.
Technology companies including Google, Meta, and OpenAI agreed to a series of voluntary commitments they’ll make regarding their management of risks when developing artificial intelligence systems.
Nearly half the respondents to a Compliance Week and Riskonnect survey regarding the recent U.S. banking crisis said they changed or considered changing their third-party risk management procedures as a result of the turmoil.
The trickle-down effects of the Supreme Court’s decision overturning affirmative action in college admissions have already come to light. With legal attacks on diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts on the horizon, private employers should risk assess their programs.
The European Commission imposed maximum disciplinary measures in fining U.S.-based biotechnology company Illumina €432 million (U.S. $476 million) regarding its “gun-jumping” merger with cancer detection company Grail.
The recent banking crisis—in which three mid-sized U.S. banks failed—prompted just under half of compliance professionals across all industries to reassess their TPRM procedures, according to a recent survey conducted by Compliance Week and Riskonnect.
The Department of Justice scrutinizing sanctions on par with how it views bribery under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act alters the calculus of whether a company should voluntarily self-disclose potential violations, experts discussed at CW’s TPRM Summit.
The most popular mock exams conducted by compliance professionals at investment adviser firms this year have been on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s advertising/marketing rule, according to a new poll.
Many businesses are breathing a sigh of relief following a court ruling that delayed enforcement of certain provisions of the California Privacy Rights Act, but companies should not rest on their laurels, according to experts.
“Risk assess yourself constantly.” Expert speakers at Compliance Week’s Women in Compliance Summit dispensed this career advice in more ways than one.
Compliance Week’s inaugural Women in Compliance Summit featured two days dedicated to elevating attendees and addressing some of the unique challenges women face in the profession.
The U.K. Financial Reporting Council noted overall improvement in annual inspection and supervision results for the largest audit firms for a fourth consecutive year as part of its latest quality review.
Not all companies can rely on bans or restrictions to employee use of generative artificial intelligence like ChatGPT. Instead of telling people what they can’t do, focus on what they can do.
The impact of new technologies like generative artificial intelligence on the third-party risk management landscape was among the points of discussion addressed at Compliance Week’s TPRM Summit in Atlanta.
A new survey of senior leaders and risk professionals from around the world found more than half the respondents have turned to artificial intelligence technology to address a perceived rise in financial crime risks, although most solutions are still rather new.
Compliance functions are largely unprepared for the European Union’s AI Act, with many still unaware of what artificial intelligence their organizations are using or the risks the technology poses to their business, according to experts.
In an era marked by an increase in digital threats, it’s vital to understand how sophisticated cybercriminal syndicates like Clop can impact the financial sector.
Experts look back at Uber’s recent diversity, equity, and inclusion fiasco and illuminate hazards to avoid, allowing organizations to gain a stronger footing on their own DEI journeys.
Compliance teams are taking more responsibility for issues related to information security and data privacy, motivated by increasing threats posed by data breaches and cyber intrusions, according to a new survey from NAVEX.
The speed of Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse was scary. But what is even scarier was the number of businesses affected by the collapse—not because they did business directly with SVB but because their vendor(s) did business with the bank.