The Compliance Jobs Report grinds through the summer doldrums this week, with personnel news at Dell, CNA Insurance, and Danske Bank. We have a surprising amount of news from vendors this week: customer wins, new products, and so forth; plus our usual notes on intriguing job openings. Our Meme of the Week goes out to everyone doing more with less.
I gather these bits of information from LinkedIn, news alerts, and friends emailing me something to include. If you have a tip to pass along, email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn. This report depends on people like you helping me, so send some news! Read on…
Compliance Jobs News
Page Motes, senior managing director for ethics at Dell for the last eight years, has taken a new role at the company as strategy leader for sustainability. Motes has been with Dell in one role or another since 2009. Here’s hoping she gets a laptop upgrade with the new gig.
In London, Tony Meredith has joined CNA Insurance as international compliance director. He comes to CNA from Legal & General, another insurance firm where he had been group regulatory risk executive since the start of the year. Prior to that Meredith had been at AIG for five years.
Camilla Japp Haslund has left Danske Bank, where she had been head of banking compliance since the start of 2017. Haslund says she now wants to work on sustainability issues and is a solo consultant for the time being. Danske Bank remains hobbled by the money-laundering scandal in its Estonia branch.
Congratulations to Michael Joyce, chief auditor at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. He was just named global chairman of the Institute of Internal Auditors for a two-year term. The IIA also announced a newly slimmed down board of 17 directors. We cannot list them all here, but the IIA is in good hands with this crew.
Vendors and Service Providers
Wes Bricker, former chief accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission, has returned to his old firm PwC, where he will lead the firm’s audit practice and be vice-chair of PwC U.S.. Bricker left the SEC in June.
Caitlin Tobey, who works in compliance at EMD Serono in Boston, has formed an online study group for anyone taking the CCEP exam this year at the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics conference in September. Free to join; Tobey, an immensely nice and cool person, just runs the group to help fellow compliance professionals.
NIADA, the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association, has formed a partnership with ComplyNet to offer a compliance management system to its members.
Customer win: Flywheel, a technology firm that helps businesses to launch websites on WordPress, says it will use Lola.com and Expensify to streamline its travel and expense reporting systems.
ComplianceLine, a provider of whistleblower hotline and case management software, just opened new headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.
Open Req Orders
Stericycle is looking for a corporate corruption counsel. Job is based in Chicago.
USAA is searching for a director of compliance risk management in its health insurance operations. Job is based in San Antonio.
Hewlett-Packard (I refuse to call the company HP) is searching for a channel compliance auditor in its EMEA operations. Job is based in Bucharest.
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.