It can cost time and money and could even drown a deal. So when do the challenges and costs associated with this step outweigh the risks of not doing it?
Results from the Compliance Week and Refinitiv survey revealed some surprising facts about companies’ third-party training; based on those results, the following article offers suggestions for how to enhance the process.
Determining which business partners to flag for enhanced due diligence all depends on the quality, and sources, of your data.
A telling detail uncovered in the 2019 Survey on Anti-Bribery & Corruption was that about 6 percent of respondents said they extend their data searches into the “Dark Web.”
The 2019 Survey on Anti-Bribery & Corruption explores everything from the monitoring of third parties to the evaluation of training programs.
Despite regulatory efforts to make auditors more independent and more skeptical, companies have been able to shop for audit opinions, a new study says.
The Risk Advisory Group has released its 2019 Corruption Challenges Index, which will give CCOs an idea of the level of corruption in countries where they operate.
The cost breakdown of cyber-security for financial institutions is just one of the challenges facing firms.
Natural disasters, droughts, port disruptions, cargo theft, and industrial fires are some of the top supply-chain risks that should keep executives and chief risk officers on their toes in 2019, according to a new risk report.
A recent report from NAVEX Global offers a look at how the performance of ethics and compliance officers’ hotline and incident management systems stack up against their peers.
A new study from Compliance Week and TrustArc says companies are not yet prepared for the coming California Consumer Privacy Act, the Golden State’s version of the EU’s GDPR.
A new survey from Compliance Week and the Seton Hall School of Law gets to the heart of what employers are seeking in a chief compliance officer today.
Most employees believe moral leadership leads to better business results, but few believe senior leaders consistently demonstrate those qualities. That’s according to the findings of a new report, “The State of Moral Leadership in Business 2019,” conducted by ethics and compliance advisory firm LRN.
With a January 2020 deadline just 10 months away, only 14 percent of companies report they are compliant with the California Consumer Privacy Act. Nearly half have not yet started implementation, says a new survey from TrustArc.
Various initiatives on producing audit quality indicators give audit committees some questions to ask or data points to consider in assessing their audits and their auditors.
A new report released by sustainability nonprofit organization Ceres provides a deeper look into investors’ evolving expectations on how companies should communicate and tackle the challenges and opportunities presented by global sustainability issues, including climate change, water scarcity, and human rights.
Financial institutions are beginning new efforts to reengineer their risk management programs and tap into emerging technologies, according to a survey conducted by Deloitte Global.
Wolters Kluwer’s “Regulatory & Risk Management Indicator” says two-thirds of financial institution executives continue to describe high levels of compliance-related regulatory risk, even if their level of anxiety over those risks has decreased.
A new study from NAVEX Global reveals whistleblower hotlines don’t often prove detrimental to business outcomes.
Examining how “high-performing” organizations handle their third parties lights the path for companies looking to strengthen the weakest links in their data chains.
Results from a recent Compliance Week survey on data privacy show how companies are prepping for data protection laws in the United States, despite concerns of what just such laws will entail.
Struggling to keep up with privacy regs? Stop the guesswork and follow these best practices for thinking strategically about how privacy practices fit into the overall business strategy.