What time is it? Compliance o'clock. 2019 and especially 2020 are determinant for compliance — it's the right time to show its effectiveness during one of the worst economic crises and implement the recommendations from DOJ.
Pandemic does make a difference in our daily life even though it's not always positive. What happens with compliance systems when they address more issues than ever?
Breaking news: OECD finalized its integrity recommendations and released Public Integrity Handbook. Along with it, we've gathered some lessons and revelations from OECD live sessions obtained during a global pandemic — compliance and integrity are more important than ever before.
What can be scarier for the employer than external whistleblowing of his worker? When it goes viral. Studies show that whistleblowing can be taken under control — it's time for us to learn what is identity practice, social media policy and strategy.
Why would you invest in compliance system if it has no impact on your profit? Why would you waste your time reading dozens of anonymous reports with irrelevant information? Statistics on efficiency of whistleblowing hotlines can be misleading and confusing — we've picked the most common opinions to discuss them with you and find the truth.
We continue the tradition of data compilation on top 10 cases ranked by penalties amounts in 2019 according to the US Department of Justice and US Securities and Exchange Commission.
With the beginning of September a new business season begins. It's time to find out about news and updates in compliance. That is why on September 11 we are organizing a business breakfast. It is time to reconnect professional relationships at the start of a busy season.
Once again, we have compiled an infographic of the top 10 cases ranged by penalty amounts. This time is for 2018, according to the US Department of Justice and the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Traditionally, we have compiled a list and infographics of top 10 cases ranged by penalties amounts in 2017 according to the US Department of Justice and US Securities and Exchange Commission.
We compiled a list of top 10 cases ranged by penalties amounts in 2016 according to the US Department of Justice and US Securities and Exchange Commission