· Give systematic and rigorous compliance
risk assessments to identify key existing
and emerging risks.
· Assign owners to regulatory risk areas
and ask them to partner with the
· Change implementation supported by
grounded proof of concept.
· Provide clear and unambiguous policies
and procedures, including escalation
procedures of actual or suspected
· Ensure adequate due diligence of
employees, suppliers, partners, and
· Offer effective and role-specific communication, training, and tracking.
· Provide appropriate and unfettered data
access and analytical support.
· Lead effective and management-supported
investigations and mitigation.
· Ensure competent, transparent, and
unbiased fact-based internal and external
Organizations that take the lead in this new
era will not just achieve compliance success,
but will also create an environment of trust
with their employees, customers, regulators, and shareholders that is based on sound
ethical principles and behaviors, while also
increasing shareholder confidence, improving
business reputation, and strengthening the
corporate identity and brand. ✵
International Compliance 101
Globalize Your Compliance Program
International Compliance 101 covers the basics of
building and maintaining an effective compliance
program outside of the United States and reviews
major governing directives that exist in other
regions of the world.
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$50 for members
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