Julie DiMauro | Contributing Editor
Julie DiMauro is the Director of Compliance Programs and Training for Compliance Week.
Prior to her time at Compliance Week, she served as a regulatory Intelligence Expert in the Legal Department at Thomson Reuters.
She can be reached at on Twitter @Julie_DiMauro.
Regtech’s role in compliance is expanding
More firms today are using regtech tools to make sure their policies, procedures, and daily activities are meeting compliance obligations.
Julie DiMauro: Why is ‘credible deterrence’ so elusive?
In writing and speaking about regulatory compliance, one term that comes up quite a bit is “credible deterrence.” When deterrence is real, institutions and the people in them are able to resist any temptation to skirt legal and regulatory imperatives, if only because of the fear of likely repercussions.
Julie DiMauro: What can we learn from employee reimbursement program disasters?
The streak of expense-claim abuses that reportedly caused some 200 employees to lose their jobs at Fidelity Investments may be familiar to the many firms that offer partial reimbursement for expenses such as computers and accessories or fitness memberships and equipment.
Michaela Ahlberg on Telia: Fighting corruption from the inside
Former Telia Compliance Chief Michaela AhlbergMichaela Ahlberg created a compliance program from scratch when she was hired in 2013 by Swedish telecommunications firm Telia following allegations of corruption in its foreign business dealings.
David Stuart at Cravath talks about Telia and FCPA enforcement today
Cravath partner David M. Stuart I recently spoke with David M. Stuart, one of the attorneys who represented Telia Company AB, a Sweden-based telecommunications provider that settled violations in September for a grand total of $965 million in financial sanctions.
U.S. commitment to enforcing the FCPA – A discussion with Philip Urofsky
Last week I spoke with Philip Urofsky, a partner at Shearman and Sterling, and a former federal prosecutor, responsible for investigating and advising on matters involving potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
FBI Special Agent Adam Lee on FCPA probes: ‘We use all of the techniques available to us’
I spoke last Thursday with Adam S. Lee, the Special Agent in charge of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Richmond Division.
Women in compliance: Don’t linger in the wrong job
I’ve been looking at the role women now play in compliance in the United States and overseas. The good news is that more women have come into the ranks in top level compliance positions. But not all women have found success in those roles.
Women in compliance: A key to organizational diversity
In the prior post, I looked at the presence of women in compliance roles in the United States and abroad. In this post, I’m looking at how women in compliance can be a catalyst for more diversity in organizations.
Women in compliance: Gains overseas, but still in corporate limbo here
Women may or may not be better-suited to risk management roles as compared to men as being fully equipped for the role might have more to do with skills sets, ethical judgment and plain-vanilla experience than with anything related to gender.