Posts by Matt Kelly

Compliance Jobs Report: March 22

Compliance jobs

The Compliance Jobs Report this week has a new compliance leader at Uber, and another departing from United Technologies. Other personnel appointments at Conifer Health, the Treasury Department, and shoe business Caleres; plus a few job openings, and our Meme of the Week goes out to all the dull managers in the world. I gather…

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Five-Part Series on Compliance Technology

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Corporate compliance and risk officers work under tremendous pressure today — not necessarily to do more with less, but to do better with what the compliance function has, amid increasingly complex regulatory and business environments. Clearly technology is the answer to that call, but astute use of technology remains challenging. How can risk and compliance…

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Cyber Breach Disclosures: A Mess

IoT

Craving more information about how companies are disclosing cybersecurity breaches? Audit Analytics has a new report examining what publicly traded firms have been reporting in SEC filings — and you won’t get much guidance there, because those disclosures vary so widely. For that reason alone, the Audit Analytics report is worth reading. It shows that,…

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More on Internal Audit Transformation

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Internal audit executives and risk managers have a new report from Protiviti to consider, one that might help you better understand how well your team is — or is not — transforming itself to stay current with next generation of risks swirling around large corporations today. The 2019 Internal Audit Capabilities and Needs Survey polled…

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Dispatches From GAM 2019 Event

GAM

The Institute of Internal Auditors held its 2019 General Audit Management conference in Dallas this week, bringing together hundreds of corporate audit chiefs to talk about the latest trends in their profession. We couldn’t attend ourselves, so here is a smattering of posts from GAM on social media to keep you briefed on what was…

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Compliance Jobs Report: March 15

compliance jobs

The Compliance Jobs Report start this week with an update on Jay Jorgensen, former head of compliance for Walmart; plus new heads of compliance at St. Louis University, Dash Technologies, and elsewhere. We have three intriguing job posts to note, and our Meme of the Week goes out to everyone struggling with data analytics. I…

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Making Compliance Analytics Work

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Compliance officers spend more and more time these days thinking about data — how to collect it, how to study it, how to report it. So while I attended the Global Ethics Summit in New York this week (excellent event), I dropped into a panel discussion about how compliance officers can build more effective, data-driven…

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Dissecting the Ethics Premium

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Earlier this month Ethisphere published is 2019 list of World’s Most Ethical Companies. As always, Ethisphere was also quick to call out what it has dubbed the Ethics Premium: the better stock performance of WME companies compared to large companies overall. Over the last three years, WME firms have outperformed their peers by 10.5 percent.…

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Dispatches From SCCE Europe Event

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The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics is holding its annual European conference this week in Berlin. Alas, Radical Compliance could not be there in person, so we’ve been scrounging social media to see what others have been saying about the event. Below are a few names, faces, photos, and dispatches from Germany.   So,…

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Compliance Jobs Report: March 8

compliance jobs

The Compliance Jobs Report this week has news from Cargotec, Wells Fargo, RE/MAX, and lots of other firms. A few compliance vendors are touting customer wins; we have job openings from Texas to Missouri; and our Meme of the Week goes out to everyone who still uses spreadsheets for internal controls. I gather these bits…

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