Posts Tagged ‘compliance officers’

Podcast: CCOs Serving on Boards


Regular readers of Radical Compliance know that I believe ethics and compliance officers serving on corporate boards is a superb idea. More and more of the governance challenges boards face, as they try to position their organizations for success, somehow touch upon ethics and compliance issues. Well, who understands those issues better than professional ethics…

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News on CCO Titles, Reporting Structure


Ethisphere has released another analysis of its World’s Most Ethical companies, finding a move toward a more clearly defined chief ethics & compliance officer role and more direct reporting to senior leadership. The study, released on Thursday, is the second in a series of reports Ethisphere is publishing about the 128 firms that made its…

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Glam Shots From WICA 2019


The Women in Compliance Awards were awarded Thursday night in London, celebrating women in the profession in more than a dozen award categories. Alas, Radical Compliance could not be on scene to represent the Y chromosome, so as always, we pulled together some social media posts from Twitter to capture the festive mood and give…

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Women in Compliance Award Finalists

Attention all women in compliance, and anyone else working with them: finalists for the 2019 Women in Compliance Awards have been announced, so you may want to review the list of nominees and see which one of your colleagues deserves a high five. This is the sixth year for the Women in Compliance Awards. The…

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Amazing: A Family Dog and Its CCO

Sometimes corporate compliance officers need to cheer on one of their own, and this is one of those times: the touching (and amazing) story of Lesmore Willis, chief compliance officer at Westchester Cerebral Palsy in New York. Willis and his family were reunited this past weekend with their dog Sinatra, which had disappeared 18 months…

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