This week the Compliance Jobs Report starts with Carnival Cruise Lines strengthening its compliance team, plus new hires at Natixis, Penn State, DTI Holdings, and elsewhere. We have a few promotions, job openings in pharma and health insurance, and our Meme of the Week goes out to all devotees of third-party risk management.
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Compliance Jobs News
Carnival Cruise Lines continues to beef up its compliance operations. The company just promoted Chris Donald, corporate compliance manager, to senior vice president for environmental compliance. (Environmental failures were what landed Carnival in hot water with the feds.) Donald will report to Peter Anderson, Carnival’s new chief compliance officer. You may have seen reports about Anderson’s appointment this week, but of course Radical Compliance had that news last month.
Promoted: Matt Abbott, at Chemours Co. in Wilmington, Del., from chief audit executive to chief accounting officer. Abbott has been with Chemours, a chemicals company, since 2017.
In New York, Suprio Chaudhuri has joined Naxitis CIB as deputy chief compliance officer for the Americas. Chaudhuri previously was chief compliance officer for ABN Amro Securities for two years.
Here’s quite a move: Matthew Frank has departed Las Vegas Sands Corp., where he had been global chief compliance officer, to be chief legal and compliance officer at DTI Holdings — a nanotechnology firm in Irvine, Calif. Prior to his stint at Las Vegas Sands, Frank had also been a compliance officer at Johnson Controls.
Penn State has named Jennifer Santiago its new assistant vice president of risk management, effective Sept. 12. Santiago, formerly director of risk management at Novartis Pharmaceuticals, takes over for Gary Langsdale, who will retire in December.
A few weeks ago we noted that Trisha Burnett was leaving her job as chief audit executive for the University of Oregon, to move closer to family in North Carolina. Well, Burnett was just named internal auditor for Buncombe County in Asheville, N.C. Good for her.
Amanda Ortega has joined Prime Trust, a fintech firm in Nevada, as chief of regulatory affairs and compliance. Ortega had previously been deputy banking commissioner for the state of Wyoming. Which is next to Nevada.
Joanie Dillett has joined Axiom as senior counsel for data privacy and security. Dillett comes to Axiom from Talend, where she had been senior legal director for privacy, compliance, and employment.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has named Chris Bereznay vice president for responsible sourcing. Bereznay has actually been with the sporting goods chain since 2012, and previously had been the company’s director of global ethics and compliance.
Talk about being in the green: Asset Management Exchange, an asset management service run by Willis Towers Watson, has named Larry Morrissey chief compliance officer for AMX Ireland. Morrissey comes to AMX from MPMF Fund Management, where he served in various compliance roles.
Down in Brazil, Maria Rosa Santos has been named compliance officer for Bahia Norte, a logistics firm. Santos previously worked at Grupo Ser Educacional, an education management business, where she was a risk and compliance manager.
And in London, Desiree Djete has been named compliance officer at Dzing Finance, which wins this week’s contest for coolest business name. Djete comes to Dzing from XCH4NGE, which wins the contest for worst business name, where she had been head of compliance since last summer.
Suki Wright, director of quality and corporate compliance officer at Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Ind., has been named to the board of examiners for the 2019 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
James Shotwell, director of Southern California Edison, has been named to a newly created ethics commission for the city of Long Beach, Calif. Shotwell is one of four nominees to the commission. Once confirmed by the city council, Shotwell & Co. can serve a total of two four-year terms. Shotwell has been at Southern California Edison for 29 years.
Vendors and Service Providers
Bloomberg has acquired RegTek.Solutions, a provider of global regulatory reporting software. RegTek will be integrated with Bloomberg;s Regulatory Reporting Hub (RHUB).
Open Req Orders
Aerie Pharmaceuticals is looking for a chief compliance officer. Job is based in Irvine, Calif.
Centene Corp. is looking for a chief compliance officer, too. VP level, job is based in Raleigh, N.C.
Takeda Pharmaceuticals is recruiting a senior audit manager. Job is based in Cambridge, Mass. — hometown of Radical Compliance, so we’ll take you out for a coffee when you start.
Meme of the Week
That’s all for this week. As always — if you have a tip or want to brag about your new job, promotion, career milestone, or anything else, email me at [email protected] 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.