Posts Tagged: SCCE
The national average salary for a Chief Compliance Officer is nearly $132,000, according to Glassdoor, with some CCOs making more than $250,000 a year.
Glassdoor — a site with job listings and company reviews — shows 112 salaries for the CCO position.… Continue Reading
Over the years one thing I have noticed is that people who have done compliance and ethics work have actual stories about getting calls from employees, or talking with them at training, or dealing with helpline calls, where we know our work has helped head off a violation. … Continue Reading
In prior posts for the FCPA Blog, I discussed how compliance officers are subject matter experts for the compliance program and why the board-adopted company code of ethics is a fundamental ingredient of the compliance program.… Continue Reading
The average salary for a chief compliance officer outside the health care sector managing at least a quarter of their company’s legal and regulatory risk was $150,207, and their total compensation was $179,753.… Continue Reading
During the past month, I’ve been in London at the SCCE European initiative conference and last week at the Florida convention of the Health Care Compliance Association. The month has been an opportunity to gain some new perspective on the community of global compliance officers.… Continue Reading
I’ve been attending the HCCA’s 19th Annual Compliance Institute this week in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
My thanks to Professor Andy Spalding and his students from the University of Richmond School of Law for undertaking the Rio 2016 project and executing it with dedication and enthusiasm. I hope it becomes a model for law students around the globe.… Continue Reading
The compliance profession has for years been beset by a debate with the outside world over the position of Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer (CECO). Should the CECO be part of the law department reporting to the general counsel?… Continue Reading
To balance the excitement over recent reports of the DOJ’s tough investigation and a new CEO at Wal-Mart, we could consider what compliance officers are taught by the SCCE: Lawful but awful does not mean everything is OK; it’s a wake up call and a test of the company’s identity.… Continue Reading