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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
Contributing Editor

Richard Bistrong
Contributing Editor

Eric Carlson
Contributing Editor

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At Large: Are compliance officers generalists or specialists?

[…] compliance jobs are for experienced generalists. Chief compliance officers and often their deputies manage the compliance specialists. They’re described in job postings as “big-picture” generalists, able to design, implement, and oversee global ethics and compliance programs. One big tech company said the successful CCO candidate would be “a strategic leader and function-builder who can […]

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Michaela Ahlberg: How we learned about culture change at Telia

[…] not build ethical business culture. We have to find other ways to encourage and support leaders to be courageous. Raising awareness that corruption is a matter of human rights may work better as incentive for leaders to do what they do best, lead, and to build stronger companies and businesses. ____ Michaela Ahlberg, pictured […]

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Mike Scher asks the bosses to support Compliance 2.0

[…] all of the elements that make up a compliance program, from global training to protecting whistleblowers. Compliance officers know things about the company that others in legal, human resources, marketing, audit, or finance don’t know. That’s why management needs Compliance 2.0. And it’s why many of the world’s leading companies have already left the […]

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There’s no perfect way to measure corruption. So what?

[…] corruption, but I don’t necessarily think the solution is for me specifically to define it. Corruption (or anything generally that is talked about) gets defined constantly by human beings, but also by organizations and other social systems. Many observers seem to conflate corruption with bribery, perhaps even restricting it to bribery of public officials. […]

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Russian whistleblower convicted in bizarre posthumous trial

[…] United States of the Magnitsky Act, a law sanctioning culpable Russian officials by imposing U.S. visa bans and freezing their assets. Over protests from Magnitsky’s family and human rights groups around the world, the Russian government this year put the dead lawyer on trial for tax evasion. NPR reported that ‘the tax evasion case […]

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Daiichi Sankyo whistleblower awarded $6 million

[…] for beneficiaries of federal health care programs,”   As part of the settlement, Daiichi agreed to enter into a corporate integrity agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services-Office of Inspector General. The five-year agreement obligates the pharma to enhance its compliance program. Since January 2009, the DOJ has recovered more than $23.3 billion […]

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Prison, Poverty And Appeals

[…] January 24, prosecutors will try to seize their West Hollywood home. Each of the Greens owe $1,049,465 under the forfeiture, plus their shares in their company, Artist Design Corp., and its pension plan. Although the West Hollywood house on Lloyd Place is owned by Patricia Green alone, the government says the Greens can’t satisfy […]

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New standards emerge for cybersecurity compliance

[…] in the standard are safeguards that it can implement to protect its digital properties. The 14 ISO 27001 controls list includes sections on organizational issues, legal and human resources issues, and physical security, among others. CMMC The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a new certification regime from the Department of Defense (DoD) intended […]

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Martin Kenney: Open company UBO registers are not the panacea to financial crime

[…] try and keep it confidential” doesn’t fly. We are all entitled to protection of private data unless we are doing something wrong. Privacy is closely aligned to human dignity.  The legitimate right to privacy is analogous to privacy of bank account and other financial data (expected, but not unqualified) and medical records. I have […]

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Alison Taylor: We can use stakeholder trust to measure integrity risk

[…] to evolve in kind, modeling the same transparency expected of the subjects of the due diligence. Standard approaches to due diligence combine public record research with ‘ human source’ confidential inquiries to identify corruption allegations, but this methodology is a blunt instrument, and the resulting information can be difficult to evaluate. Corporate, litigation, bankruptcy, […]

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