- Stericycle FCPA Enforcement Action by Compliance Into the Weeds
Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. This week, Matt and Tom take a deep dive into the recently released Stericycle FCPA enforcement action. Highlights include:
- What is a business strategy based upon corruption?
- Over-expansion and under due diligence in M&A.
- Document Document Document
- The Monaco Doctrine at work.
- Lessons learned going forward.
- Part 1: FATF ML/TF Risks Arising from Migrant Smuggling by Compliance Times
This episode reads from FATF's Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risks Arising from Migrant Smuggling from March 2022. The episode covers Part One: Migrant Smuggling routes, flows and networks. To read the full report, click here.
- Part 2: FATF ML/TF Risks Arising from Migrant Smuggling by Compliance Times
This episode reads from FATF's Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risks Arising from Migrant Smuggling from March 2022. The episode covers Part Two: ML/TF risks, investigations and international cooperation. To read the full report, click here.
- Company Size and State of Their Compliance Programs by Compliance Into the Weeds
Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. This week, Matt and Tom take a look at the recent ECI report on the Differences Between Small, Medium And Large Enterprises E&C Programs. Highlights include:
· Where did this ECI report derive its data?
· Why are middle sized companies in such bad condition regarding compliance program?
· Why are middle sized companies having the most issues?
· When is the time for compliance SME at a company?
· When should a company institute robust internal controls?
- OFAC Settles with S&P Global for $78,750 for Violations of Ukraine-Russia Sanctions by Corruption, Crime, & Compliance
OFAC recently announced a settlement with OFAC for $78,750 for violations of the Ukraine-Russia Sanctions Program. The enforcement action provides important reminders relating to compliance with various “debt” maturity restrictions and how OFAC construes this restriction.
In this Episode, Michael Volkov reviews OFAC’s enforcement action against S&P Global.
- The Billions to Hwang Edition by Compliance News
Start your morning with Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist and Voice of Compliance who gives you an update on what is happening in the world of compliance. In five minutes, Tom reviews four of the top compliance, corruption or stories of business ethics you need to start your day. Grab a cup of copy, and stay in the loop!
In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
· Why did Wall Street lend billions to Bill Hwang? (FT)
· Is crypto fueling corruption. (CoinDesk)
· Under Russian sanctions can you pay a ransomware hacker? (WSJ)
· Vale sued by SEC. (WSJ)
- Adult Learning Theory and Compliance Training by Great Women in Compliance
Kristy Grant-Hart was one of the Great Women in Compliance podcast’s inaugural guests, whose episode launched on 6 December 2018. She agreed to be on the show before we had a track record and reputation – we’re grateful to her for supporting us right from the start.
We invited Kristy, one of the Compliance community’s most respected voices, to return to the show to share with us how adult learning theory can best be applied to your Compliance training to make it more effective. Listen in to get a baseline understanding of adult learning theory and Kristy’s tips for enhancing your training program. We also hear about how Compliance Competitor is going and what the ever moving and shaking Kristy is up to next.
- Revenue Risk Management for Compliance with Andy Rudin by Innovation in Compliance
Andy Rudin is the Managing Principal of Contrary Domino, a management consulting company that improves financial performance by optimizing internal operations. Tom Fox welcomes him to this week’s show to talk about revenue risk management and revenue governance, and what they mean for the sales officers within organizations.
- Risk Management and Corporate ESG with Dan Zitting by Innovation in Compliance
Dan Zitting, previously Chief Product Officer, now holds the title of CEO at Galvanize, a software company that helps its clients achieve their goals and objectives. He is also now the Chief Product Officer of Diligence. Tom Fox welcomes him back to this week’s show to take a look back at the GRC professional's role in corporate ESG and risk management.
- Managing Compliance Complexity with Mac Bartine by Innovation in Compliance
Mac Bartine is the CEO of SmartRIA, a market-leading compliance software platform. Tom Fox welcomes him to this week’s show to talk about his company's services and contributions to the compliance sector, what SmartRIA offers clients in terms of cybersecurity, and the future of technology solutions.
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