Compliance jobs news is coming fast and furious this week. We have a bunch of new hires at financial services firms, a new audit executive at Mohegan Sun, a new compliance officer at Ingredion, and much more.
I gather these bits of gossip from LinkedIn, news alerts, and friends emailing me something to include. If you have a tip or want to brag about your new job, promotion, career milestone, or whatever—just email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn.
Tower MSA Partners, a Medicare services provider in Delray Beach, Fla., has named Dan Anders chief compliance officer. This is a new role for the firm; Anders comes to Tower MSA from ExamWorks Clinical Solutions, where he was senior vice president for Medicare compliance.
We have two bits of news from the asset management world. Jetstone Asset Management has named Igor Pikovsky chief risk officer; he comes to the firm from Rogge Global Partners where he had been head of risk. And On Deck Capital has tapped Nick Brown to fill the newly created role of chief risk officer. Brown comes to On Deck from Commonwealth Bank of Australia, where he was general manager for the decision sciences team.
NFP, an insurance broker for employee benefits and property & casualty policies, has promoted Suzanne Spradley to be associate general counsel and chief compliance officer. Working with her will be Chase Cannon, promoted to deputy chief compliance officer for benefits compliance at NFP.
In Syracuse, N.Y., St. Joseph’s Health has named Regina McGraw chief compliance officer. McGraw previously worked in private practice at a local law firm, providing general counsel services to several medical practices in the area.
Mark Rosa has a new job as chief audit executive of the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn. Rosa comes to the casino from Houghton Mifflin, where he was vice president of internal audit for four years. No word whether Rosa stands on 17.
Sara Radermacher new job director of privacy at Optum, a healthcare consulting firm based in Minnesota. She previously worked at Fairview Health Services and spent five years as a privacy compliance specialist at the Department of Health & Human Services.
Kimberley White has been named chief compliance officer at the Chicago-based food processing giant Ingredion (formerly known as Corn Products International; we miss those colorful names). White had previously worked for nearly six years in compliance roles at Johnson Controls.
In Charlotte, N.C., Ann Sharp has made a move. Sharp previously had been operational risk manager for Bank of America, and just jumped to Wells Fargo in the same role.
Nicolas Tollet, vice president of compliance for Technip in Brazil for four years, just joined the law firm Hughes, Hubbard, and Reed as counsel.
Mutual of Omaha, the insurance giant based in (wait for it…) Omaha, Neb., has promoted Brian Poppe from vice president of enterprise risk management to vice president of innovation strategy.
AMP, the large but somewhat struggling insurance and financial services firm in Australia, reshuffled its executive team this week. As part of that change, chief risk officer Saskia Goedhart will now be part of the executive leadership team. She will report to CEO Craig Miller.
Francoise Flores will join the International Accounting Standards Board as board member. Flores comes to IASB from the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group, where she was chief executive for six years.
Tom O’Reilly, head of internal audit at Analog Devices, is leaving the firm to join MIS Training Institute, an internal audit and IT security training vendor. O’Reilly will be general manager of internal audit and seminars. O’Reilly also runs the very cool CAE Leadership Forum, which will continue doing the Lord’s work under MISTI auspices.
Vendors and Service Providers
TRACE International, the anti-bribery advisory group, has published an updated version of its TRACE Matrix product. TRACE Matrix is a world map that calls out anti-bribery risks around the globe, and was first unveiled in 2014. The 2016 version went live this week.
Customer win: Sycamore Asset Management, a French financial firm, has selected Axioma for its enterprise risk management program.
LogicGate, a compliance software vendor in Chicago, has raised $1.9 million in venture financing from just about every early-stage investor in the Windy City. (We counted nine named in the company’s press release.) Welcome to the GRC sector, guys.
Sylvie Kande de Beaupuy just hit one year as group ethics & compliance officer at Airbus Group in France.
And Lisa Brzycki is celebrating one year as senior executive in legal operations & technology at Northwestern Mutual.
As I mentioned above, if you have any career moves you want the world to know, feel free to email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn. We post this roundup every Friday, and I’m always happy to give credit to the many’ hard-working people here in our corner of the business universe.