The Compliance Jobs Report is back, and we have a lot to dig through from the holiday break! Compliance personnel on the move at Duke Energy, a new audit chief at GE, and more news from Pandora, Cox Enterprises, the VHA, and many more. We have three job openings in the Northeast to note, and our Meme of the Week goes out to due diligence.
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Compliance Jobs News
We begin with General Electric, which just snagged Brandi Thomas as chief audit executive. Thomas had been vice president of corporate audit and enterprise risk management at Delta Airlines since 2017. We wish her well, but mourn the demise of GE’s internal audit rotation program; the company ended it last month.
In Washington, Matt Tuchow has moved across town: he had been chief compliance and business integrity officer at the Veterans Health Administration; and now is general counsel of the Office of Inspector General at the State Department. Tuchow’s deputy at the VHA, Tracey Bradley, has taken over as acting CCO and business integrity officer.
Elizabeth Simon has joined FirstKey Homes as vice president of compliance. Simon comes to FirstKey from Cox Enterprises, where she had been director of ethics and compliance for a year (and held other compliance roles at Cox Communications prior to that). Amie McLemore, senior manager of ethics and compliance at Cox Communications, will succeed Simon as director of ethics and compliance for Cox Enterprises.
Stratus, a maker of in-home EEG devices for neurological testing, has named David Hruda chief compliance officer. Prior to joining Stratus, Hruda had been vice president of legal and compliance at BioSerenity Inc.
LBX Co., the boring official name of Link-Belt Excavator, has expanded the role of Jeff Markel from internal audit manager to manager of ethics, compliance, and internal audit. Markel has been with the Kentucky-based company since 2013.
Remember Rayson Tan, who joined fintech firm Revolut a year ago as chief compliance officer in Singapore? Well, he’s out — joined Pictet, a private bank in Switzerland, as chief risk officer. Revolut is recruiting for a new head of compliance.
Ged Nichols, last seen at 21st Century Fox where he was senior vice president of internal audit, just turned up at Herbalife Nutrition in Poland (!!!) where he is vice president of internal audit for the EMEA and India regions.
In Tampa, Fla., Nvèr Hasratyan has joined Citigroup as a vice president and regulatory compliance risk officer. Hasratyan comes to Citi after stints at Bank of America, JP Morgan, and Wells Fargo. That’s commitment to your industry.
In London, Handelsbanken Wealth & Asset Management has promoted Dominic Fielding from head of compliance to chief risk officer. Fielding has been with the firm since 2016.
Coinsquare, a digital currency trading platform in Canada, has named Lawrence Truong chief compliance officer. Truong comes to Coinsquare from the Alberta Securities Commission, where he spent the 2010s helping to build and run the agency’s trade surveillance programs.
Elia Sugey Campos Hernández has left her job as global anti-corruption investigator for Walmart’s Mexico operations, to join Citibanamex as an ethics investigator. Hernández had been with Walmart since 2015.
Andrés Toledo has joined Pandora as global compliance manager, working out of Denmark. Toledo was last seen at BHP, where he was an anti-corruption specialist working in Chile until February of this year.
European telecom provider VEON has promoted Kateryna Voina in its Ukraine operations, from senior ethics and compliance manager to head of investigations. Voina has been with VEON in various compliance roles since 2015.
Pharmaceutical firm Daiichi Sankyo has given Daniel Font a new role: the company has shifted him from director of compliance investigations, policy, and training to director of compliance investigations and privacy. Font has been with Daiichi since 2013.
And Duke Energy announced several personnel moves we should note, all taking effect this week:
- Melissa Feldmeier, who had been deputy general counsel, is now chief ethics and compliance officer
- Katie Aittola has been promoted from managing director of supply chain risk, continuous improvement, and governance to chief risk officer and vice president for global risk management.
- Keith Butler, who had been chief risk officer and acting chief ethics and compliance officer, is now senior vice president and chief security officer.
In Gurgaon, India, Dhruv Goyal is celebrating one year as compliance and ethics lead for Bio-Rad Laboratories.
In Minnesota, Annie Crosby just hit five years at UnitedHealth, where she is a compliance manager.
And in Houston, Matt Scheffe is celebrating 10 years as global compliance director at Pentagon Freight Services.
Vendors & Service Providers
Compliance Systems Legal Group has hired Jay Cohen as a senior adviser. Cohen comes to CSLG after a stint at Deloitte where he was a managing director; and you may remember him for his prior gig as chief compliance officer at Assurant.
In London, Russell Barr has joined Stratos Investigations & Risk as a lead consultant. Barr has been group compliance officer at Hyve Group, the snazzy new name for the events business previously known as ITE Group.
Open Req Orders
SharkNinja, “a relentless innovator in the housewares industry,” is looking for a vice president of global compliance. Job is based in suburban Boston.
AmerisourceBergen is seeking an associate compliance officer. Job is based in Conshohocken, Penn.
Abt Associates is looking for a director of ethics and compliance. Job is based in Rockville, Md.
Compliance Meme of the Week
That’s all for this week’s report.
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.