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Compliance Jobs Report: Oct. 25

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The Compliance Jobs Report has lots of moves up the ladder this week, with promotions or new reporting relationships at Terex, Jaguar Health, Northwestern Mutual, and elsewhere. AXA has a new chief auditor, SNC-Lavalin’s former compliance officer has gone consultant, and we have job openings from Minnesota to the South Atlantic. Our Meme of the…

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Securities Enforcement Forum 2019


Several hundred securities enforcement professionals gathered in Washington on Wednesday for the 2019 Securities Enforcement Forum. Radical Compliance couldn’t be there in person, so we gathered a bundle of dispatches from social media to give a flavor of what was discussed. After all, when under SEC investigation, you want the experience to be as enjoyable…

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Feds: SEC Staffer Stole Data to Land CCO Role


Oh good lord: Federal prosecutors have indicted a former SEC enforcement attorney with stealing information from the agency while he worked there — so he could set himself up as chief compliance officer of a private equity firm under SEC investigation. Michael Cohn, chief compliance officer of GPB Capital Holdings, was charged in federal court…

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SEC Tees Up Whistleblower Reforms


At long last, the SEC seems ready to vote on reforms to its whistleblower awards program, a contentious proposal that would cap the size of large awards while giving the SEC more discretion to hand out smaller awards.  The commission has scheduled an open meeting for next Wednesday, Oct. 23, to review and presumably adopt…

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Compliance Jobs Report: Oct. 18

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Lots of big names in the Compliance Jobs Report this week. We have moves at Walmart, the University of North Carolina, Citi, Convercent, and many more. We have job openings from New York to California to Saudi Arabia, and our Meme of the Week goes out to stubborn general counsels.  I gather these bits of…

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Lessons From Another Needless Death


America recently had yet another tragedy of a police officer shooting someone in her own home by mistake, in an incident fraught with questions about racism and overzealous policing. Compliance officers should study this case because it offers some important lessons about risk management. You might already know the story by now. Atatiana Jefferson, a…

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Report: Misalignment on Risk Management

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The Institute of Internal Auditors just dropped an unsettling new report on the state of risk management. Namely, corporate board directors believe their organizations are better at managing key risks than corporate executives do — and an uncomfortably high number of executives and directors say that misalignment is OK.  The report, OnRisk 2020: A Guide…

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PCAOB Shakeup! What It Means for You


The audit and compliance community rarely sees a stealth news dump from regulators over a long weekend, but we have some now: SEC chairman Jay Clayton is replacing the leading cybersecurity expert on the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board with a White House aide. Kathleen Hamm, a member of the PCAOB since January 2018, will…

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Compliance Jobs Report: Oct. 11

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Another huge Compliance Jobs Report this week! We have compliance and audit folks departing Nissan, General Motors, Healogics, and Barclays; others are joining Aerie Pharmaceuticals, Walgreens Boots Alliance, OrthoSensor, and elsewhere. We have our first compliance officer seeking public office in 2020, three job openings, a few CCOs moving into consulting world, and much more. …

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Deregulation News: Calm Yourselves


Cool your jets, all you compliance professionals who might be giddy at President Trump’s latest broadside over government regulation — most of the regulatory guidance you encounter on a daily basis is not covered by what Trump announced this week. For those who missed it, Trump issued two executive orders Wednesday meant to curb the…

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