CW2019 annual conference video

Below you will find video from 30 of the informative keynote and panel sessions from the 14th annual Compliance Week annual conference, which took place in May 2019 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. Below the six featured keynote videos in the player directly below, subscribers can watch an additional 24 sessions, organized into one of six topics. Enjoy! (Oh, and don't forget to register early for the 2020 annual conference!)

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Novartis’ latest settlements: $729M in kickback charges


A week after resolving FCPA investigations for $347 million, Swiss pharmaceutical drug maker Novartis will pay another $729 million in separate settlements related to kickback schemes.


Alexion Pharmaceuticals to pay $21M to resolve FCPA case


Alexion Pharmaceuticals will pay $21 million to resolve SEC charges that it violated the books and records and internal accounting controls provisions of the FCPA concerning bribes made by subsidiaries to foreign government officials.

Money laundering

Managing emerging trade-based money laundering risks

2020-07-02T14:38:00+01:00By Jake Plenderleith, International Compliance Association

Trade-based money laundering was already happening prior to the coronavirus pandemic, but now its nature has shifted. The ICA offers key considerations for managing emerging risks.


Ask Amii mailbag: What to do when back-to-work guidance falls to you


Executive coach Amii-Barnard Bahn offers some tips for when your compliance title morphs into “Chief Public Health Officer,” plus ways to highlight the compliance function at your company and more.


OCC report highlights elevated compliance risks in banking


The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency published a new report describing key issues facing the federal banking system and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the banking industry.


EPA enforcement discretion policy to end next month


The Environmental Protection Agency has revised its temporary—and controversial—enforcement discretion policy regarding environmental legal obligations during the coronavirus pandemic, establishing an end date of Aug. 31.


Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to CFTC authority


A lawsuit questioning the enforcement authority of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission has petered out after being denied the chance to be heard at the U.S. Supreme Court.


FTC, DOJ issue modernized guidance on vertical mergers


The FTC and DOJ jointly issued long-awaited vertical merger guidelines that will replace decades-old parameters to more accurately represent the agencies’ merger review process.