• Day 13 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Improvisation in Compliance
      How can you change the perceptions around compliance in your organization? With the Justice Department requirement, set out in the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, to more fully operationalize your compliance program, do you as a CCO struggle with operations buy-in? I thought about those questions and others when… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Day 13 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Improvisation in Compliance
      How can you change the perceptions around compliance in your organization? With the Justice Department requirement, set out in the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, to more fully operationalize your compliance program, do you as a CCO struggle with operations buy-in? I thought about those questions and others when… ... read more
    Source: Podcast FeedPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Day 13 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Improvisation in Compliance
      How can you change the perceptions around compliance in your organization? With the Justice Department requirement, set out in the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, to more fully operationalize your compliance program, do you as a CCO struggle with operations buy-in? I thought about those questions and others when… ... read more
    Source: Day 13 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Improvisation in CompliancePublished on 2017-09-20
  • Compliance into the Weeds-Episode 54, Report from TEC 2017
    In this episode, Matt Kelly returns to his journalism roots with a live report from TEC 2017, the Workiva user conference. We discuss some of the hot topics at the conference including possible repeal or modification of SOX sections 404 and 302. We consider how internal controls around financial reporting… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Compliance into the Weeds-Episode 54, Report from TEC 2017
    In this episode, Matt Kelly returns to his journalism roots with a live report from TEC 2017, the Workiva user conference. We discuss some of the hot topics at the conference including possible repeal or modification of SOX sections 404 and 302. We consider how internal controls around financial reporting… ... read more
    Source: Podcast FeedPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Farewell to a Repo Man and Using Laconic Persuasion as a CCO
    The life of a Repo Man is always intense… That was one of the greatest lines from one of the greatest movies from one of the greatest laconic actors of all time. Of course it was Harry Dean Stanton who died over the weekend. Along with Jack Elam, Stanton had… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Day 12 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Real Time v. Right Time Monitoring
    If it is not clear already this month, innovation does not simply come from a technical or even service perspective but can improve your compliance program from a wide variety of perspectives. We have considered a variety of issues related to innovation. Now we consider how you think through a… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-19
  • Day 12 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Real Time v. Right Time Monitoring
    If it is not clear already this month, innovation does not simply come from a technical or even service perspective but can improve your compliance program from a wide variety of perspectives. We have considered a variety of issues related to innovation. Now we consider how you think through a… ... read more
    Source: Podcast FeedPublished on 2017-09-19
  • Compliance Man Goes Global, Episode 1
    I welcome you to a new series entitled Compliance Man Goes Global podcast of Compliance Report-International Edition. I am joined by Tim Khasanov-Batirov, a compliance practitioner who focuses on compliance in high risk markets for 17 years. In each podcast, we will take two typical concepts or more-probably misconceptions from… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-19
  • Compliance Man Goes Global, Episode 1
    I welcome you to a new series entitled Compliance Man Goes Global podcast of Compliance Report-International Edition. I am joined by Tim Khasanov-Batirov, a compliance practitioner who focuses on compliance in high risk markets for 17 years. In each podcast, we will take two typical concepts or more-probably misconceptions from… ... read more
    Source: Podcast FeedPublished on 2017-09-19
  • Eisinger and Pelletier Talk About The Chickenshit Club
    Yesterday I posted a book review of Jesse Eisinger’s book The Chickenshit Club. I also posted a podcast of an interview I did with Eisinger and Paul Pelletier, a partner at Pepper Hamilton, who was a source in the book. The both had some interesting takes on the underlying causes… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-19
  • Day 11 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-OODA Feedback Loop
    Innovation can come in form of new ideas or simply fresh ways to consider old problems. The idea of how to use the information available to a CCO is one that can be explored through different avenues. One of the most interesting, originated in the dogfights from World War II. The… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-18
  • Day 11 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-OODA Feedback Loop
    Innovation can come in form of new ideas or simply fresh ways to consider old problems. The idea of how to use the information available to a CCO is one that can be explored through different avenues. One of the most interesting, originated in the dogfights from World War II. The… ... read more
    Source: Podcast FeedPublished on 2017-09-18
  • Book Review: The Chickenshit Club
    To my mind the most significant and important book that every Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), General Counsel (GC) and compliance practitioner needs to read is The Chickenshit Club by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Jesse Eisinger. It puts together, for the first time, the story and timeline of how the Department… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-18
  • FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 349, Interview with Jesse Eisinger and Paul Pelletier on The Chickenshit Club
    To my mind the most significant and important book that every Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), General Counsel (GC) and compliance practitioner needs to read is The Chickenshit Club by Pulitzer Prize winning author Jesse Eisinger. It puts together for the first time, the story and timeline of how the Justice… ... read more
    Source: Blog FeedPublished on 2017-09-17

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