This week’s Compliance Jobs Report kicks off with a new chief compliance officer at Lincoln Financial (yay) who reports to the general counsel (aww…). We also have news from Conifer Health, Uber, and BNP Paribas; plus a slew of work anniversaries and a kooky announcement from SAI Global. Read on.
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Compliance Jobs News
Lincoln Financial, a financial firm with $229 billion in assets under management, has named Steve Harris chief compliance officer. Harris previously was chief compliance officer at The Hartford Group. Harris will report to general counsel Kirkland Hicks—not quite best practice for CCO reporting structure, but we wish Harris well nonetheless.
Conifer Health, a Texas company that helps healthcare businesses manage their IT systems, has named Dan Feldman chief compliance officer. Feldman comes to Conifer from Dean Foods, where he was chief compliance officer. At Conifer, Feldman will oversee ethics and corporate compliance, as well as privacy compliance.
Grady Nance has been promoted to chief compliance officer at Property Damage Appraisers, a network of property appraisers based in Fort Worth, Tex. Nance previously worked at PDA as vice president of sales and operations.
Mia Mazza has joined Uber as senior compliance counsel. Mazza previously spent three years as senior counsel at Clorox, out in San Francisco.
In Brazil, Ricardo Dollinger just left his job as chief compliance officer at Morgan Stanley to take up shop as chief operating officer for compliance at BNP Paribas.
Gerardo Carstens has joined VisionFund International as regional internal audit manager for Latin America and the Caribbean. He previously worked in the internal audit and investigations office at UNICEF.
Lara Chalmers is celebrating one year as vice president of internal audit at Sabre Corp.
Viv Barnett just hit one year on the job as global director of third-party compliance at Abbott.
Murali Chandrasekhar is celebrating one year at Intuit in San Francisco, as senior manager of security and compliance.
Mo Elwany has reached five years as director of global internal audit at Applied Materials in Santa Clara, Calif.
In Saudi Arabia, Ayed Al-Githami is celebrating five years at insurance company Aljazira Takaful, the last four of them as chief audit executive.
Doug Walter is celebrating five years as chief compliance officer of Phillips 66.
Vendors & Service Providers
Customer win: Workiva has picked up Brown-Forman Cos., the maker of Jack Daniels, Canadian Mist, and other liquor brands, as a customer for Workiva’s enterprise risk management software. No word on the form of payment Brown-Forman provided, but one can hope.
The Impellam Group, a staffing firm in Britain, has chosen Ideagen Pentana to modernize the audit and risk management processes for its legal and IT departments.
Down in Buenos Aires, Erica Silvana Pedruzzi has been named director at Governance Latam, a compliance consulting firm working in Argentina.
And in one of the wackier marketing stunts I’ve seen, SAI Global has released “The Compliance Coloring Book” for anyone who wants to express your office angst by breaking out the Crayola. Yes, it’s a gimmick to capture compliance officers’ email addresses—a damned good one.
Open Req Orders
The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas (my preferred casino on the Strip now that the Sahara classed itself up) is looking for a senior internal auditor.
Deloitte is looking for a senior analyst for its anti-corruption compliance group. The job is in Arlington, Va., and of course thriving at a Big 4 firm requires a certain something.
That’s all we have this week. If you have a tip or want to brag about your new job, promotion, career milestone, or anything else, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on LinkedIn. I’m always happy to give credit to the many hard-working people here in our corner of the business universe.