Today’s volatile market, coupled with the increasing willingness of subject matter experts to collaborate, changes the game in some areas, where “build” starts to make more sense than “buy.” One area is digital compliance training.
As the compliance world evolves, the skill sets needed by practitioners are changing. The ability to run investigations effectively is now highly prized, and key skills, such as understanding the use of technology, will be among the most fundamental in the years ahead.
A recent survey of 180 compliance, risk, and audit professionals asked the question: “What’s your back-to-office plan, and does it work for you?” The short answer was there is no plan, and the status quo is faring better for the company than the employee.
This free e-Book considers five questions that can help when designing immersive financial crime training scenarios for learners.
The International Compliance Association announced a partnership with Kazimieras Simonavičius University in Lithuania to offer the ICA’s full suite of professional qualifications.
This one-hour Webinar covers what coronavirus pandemic training and education are needed to safely re-enter the workplace.
As the public inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing of 2017 plays out in the United Kingdom, lessons can be gleaned on the importance of providing thorough and complete training to employees in all fields.
The International Compliance Association has relaunched its Specialist Certificate in Corporate Governance course designed to provide an understanding of the requirements and principles of good corporate governance.
The International Compliance Association announced a partnership with Rwanda Finance Limited to provide ICA education in the country.
Simone Jones of the International Compliance Association offers three ways to get employees to both embrace financial crime training and use the knowledge learned in their daily roles.
The International Compliance Association announced a partnership with the Insurance Institute of East Africa to provide ICA education in financial crime prevention in the East African region.
We asked nine prominent chief compliance officers to look into their crystal balls, and all of them saw data and advanced technology playing a larger role in the future of the profession.
As U.S.-based employers consider their return-to-work compliance policies, OSHA has emphasized that companies should provide workers with “up-to-date education and training on COVID-19 risk factors and protective behaviors.”
Compliance Week interviews Jennifer Newton, founder and CEO of the National Association of Black Compliance & Risk Management Professionals, to get her take on diversity and inclusion efforts in the profession.
Experts offer best practices on how to ensure your D&I policies, training, and resources are sufficient at this social and cultural inflection point.
We asked nine prominent chief compliance officers what they can do or are doing to create a more progressive workplace.
It’s a good thing you’re all experts in partnering for change, as more than 3 in 4 of you think COVID-19 will have a permanent impact on some compliance functions.
We asked nine prominent chief compliance officers what has been the most difficult part of ensuring ethics and compliance has remained top of mind for employees during the pandemic.
Join Compliance Week and Clear Law Institute for this free, one-hour Webinar to cover what training and education are needed to safely re-enter the workplace.
The ICA and ITN Productions Industry News have co-produced “Compliance: the new decade”: a series of reports addressing the role of the compliance professional and the latest insights, challenges, and opportunities for business growth.
Jonathan Bowdler of the International Compliance Association shares his list of factors that make compliance an appealing profession today.
A new training offered by renown expert Paul C. Dwyer helps non-technical practitioners gain confidence in dealing with all aspects of cyber-security or cyber-risk.
The International Compliance Association announced a partnership with the Mongolia Compliance Association to offer a bespoke e-learning program to 12 professional associations and their 10,000-plus members in compliance-related roles.
As if cobbling together a return-to-office plan for your company during a pandemic is not difficult enough, 16 states now require employees receive coronavirus safety training.