From helping establish the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations to his more recent legal career, John Walsh has had a front-row seat to the evolution of compliance.
Her compliance career has been (literally) all over the map, but Mary Shirley remains fixed on a few key principles: aiming high, helping colleagues advance their careers, and making compliance sexy.
Fidelity’s Chuck Senatore has learned something from his 22 years of experience as a compliance officer: It’s all about teamwork, the ability to influence, and innovation.
When it comes to tackling whistleblower cases, Steven Pearlman has the skills, expertise, and legal acumen “in spades.”
The secret to rebuilding corporate culture after a scandal? It involves the people left behind.
As a sustainability leader and a fighter for equal access to healthcare, Jim Massey doesn’t just talk the talk; he walks the walk. “It’s about doing the right thing all the time,” he says.
The former Navy pilot brings military tenets into business ethics and compliance.
Three kidnapping attempts, including one at the age of six, have taught the Argentina native how to stay calm in the face of a crisis.
In an effective, disarming style, this Top Mind is using investigations to guide compliance, not just club noncompliance.
“Super determined and tough” are two traits that propelled Lynn Haaland in her multifaceted role at PepsiCo and will continue to aid the compliance practitioner as she seeks new challenges.
Colleen Dorsey’s experience as counsel for Land O’Lakes has taught her what goes into the role of successful CCO.
Leading a team effort to weather the scandal caused by “Dieselgate” is just part of the path forward envisioned by Volkswagen Group of America Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Stephanie Davis.
Compliance Week is thrilled to announce its Top Minds Class of 2019, a group of 12 of the brightest stars of the compliance community whose achievements are dwarfed only by their personal integrity and dedication to ethics.
For the director of risk management for one of the largest restaurant chains in the country, the recipe for success starts with “doing the right thing.”
Jerry Kral’s compliance and ethics success is distilled from a gut-instinct approach and value-add mindset.
When Forrest Deegan joined Abercrombie & Fitch Co. in 2012 as its first-ever director of compliance, he never could have imagined the many unexpected twists and turns that would come his way.
As the head of compliance at AT&T, David Huntley innovates plenty of different ways for people to reach out to each other and keep open lines of communication regarding risk and integrity.
When Ben Bard was brought on as Archer Daniels Midland’s global CCO in 2014, it wasn’t just he who was embracing a new opportunity; it meant a fresh start for the company, as well.
Cédric Dubar took his legal background and passion for corporate social responsibility and crafted a career driving meaningful change at some of the world’s biggest companies.
For Kathryn Murtagh, managing director and chief compliance officer at Harvard Management Company, handling myriad compliance concerns of Harvard’s financial management arm takes a special kind of vision and commitment.
At Tenneco, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Kim Yapchai is building on years of experience to strengthen the company’s global compliance program.
Cindy Moehring, Walmart’s head of compliance, runs a program as ambitious as Walmart itself, requiring diligence, innovation, relatability, and the courage to make hard calls.
For almost 20 years, Indrani Franchini has made a career out of getting to know the industry she is in, creating business relationships that build value and driving cultural change.
Navigating crisis with compliance, Pedro Castro Nevares helps Torneos remain in business. Tammy Whitehouse talks with Nevares about his duties at the sports communications firm.
Carrie Di Santo has built a compliance career by offering practical solutions that don’t just tell people “no,” but demonstrate how to do business safely and with integrity.