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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
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Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
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Julie DiMauro
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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Shruti J. Shah
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Russell A. Stamets
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Eric Carlson
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Posts Tagged: Compliance Officer

Is this the best time ever for introverted compliance officers?

One of the byproducts of our locked-down, socially distanced, mask-wearing, remote-working world is that introverts are feeling more comfortable. They don’t need to pretend to be part of the gregarious, fist-bumping, loud-talking in-crowd of corporate extroverts, and that’s a big relief.… Continue Reading

A traveling compliance team is good for business

Travel is a critical component of a good, strong compliance program. It can also be a differentiator clients find worthwhile. One unexpected result at Black & Veatch is that our business development people now champion the compliance program and actually request the compliance team to come to the field.… Continue Reading

How co-working magnifies compliance perils

My writing desk these days is located in a co-working space in Austin, Texas. The atmosphere is bright, cheerful, and totally informal. But for some of the companies working here, this space is also an unrecognized compliance minefield. … Continue Reading

Extend the privilege to compliance officers

The privilege is there to protect the privacy of our most important conversations. It’s a rule of evidence that excludes certain private statements from being used in legal, regulatory, or administrative proceedings.… Continue Reading

UK fines compliance officer for his firm’s bad advice

The Financial Conduct Authority penalized a compliance officer Friday for allowing customers of the wealth management firms he worked for to receive wrong advice about their pensions.

David Watters was fined £75,000 ($98,000) for failing to “exercise due skill, care and diligence in his role as compliance oversight officer” at two firms.… Continue Reading