The Compliance Jobs Report this week has personnel news from Albemarle, Deutsche Bank, Penn State, several asset management firms, and more companies. Job leads are in financial services, farming, and government service; and our Meme of the Week goes out to everyone suffering phishing attacks!
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Compliance Jobs News
This week we begin with a new role for Andrew McBride over at Albemarle Corp.; he is switching jobs from chief compliance officer to chief risk officer. McBride has been with the chemicals manufacturer since 2018.
Kitty Holt is leaving Plan International USA after 29 years at the nonprofit, which supports girls’ empowerment around the world. Holt had been director of ethics and compliance at the organization since 2018, and held numerous other roles before that. No word yet on what Holt might do next, although she does tell everyone to “stay tuned.” One hopes she updates her email address on the Radical Compliance mailing list.
Penn State University has named Amber Grove as the university’s new Title IX compliance director. Grove comes to Penn State from University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where she held a similar role. Grove succeeds Suzanne Adair, Penn State’s associate vice president for affirmative action, who had been interim Title IX coordinator since last year.
Mariner Wealth Advisors, a wealth management firm headquartered in Kansas City, has hired Maureen Kiefer-Goldenberg as senior vice president for compliance. Kiefer-Goldenberg joins Mariner from the Mather Group, an investment advisory firm, where she had been chief compliance officer since 2020.
LRQA, an assurance and consulting firm based in Britain, has hired Kristie Stephens as senior legal risk and compliance manager. Stephens comes to the firm from British oil and gas company Wood, where she had been compliance counsel for the Eastern Hemisphere for two years.
Midland Credit Management, a subsidiary of debt collections giant Encore Capital Group, has promoted Addison Crawford from chief risk and compliance officer to general counsel. Crawford has been with MCM since 2019.
Remember Michelle VonderHaar, chief compliance officer at Hewlett-Packard in the late 2010s, until she defected to be deputy general counsel and assistant secretary in 2019? She just left HP to be general counsel at cybersecurity firm Tenable.
Eventide Asset Management, an asset management fund in Boston with $8.8 billion in assets, has named Jennifer Reiche chief compliance officer. Reich comes to Eventide after five years at Mercer, where most recently she had been chief compliance officer for Mercer Funds and Mercer Trust Co.
Deutsche Bank has hired Nicholas Bosworth as an assistant vice president in the regulatory management group. Bosworth comes to the bank after four years at the Bank of Ireland, where he had been a risk and compliance officer.
Anne-Christine Wegener has been promoted at N26, the German financial services startup, from senior manager for fraud prevention to head of anti-fraud compliance and deputy AML compliance officer. Wegener has been with N26 since March.
In India, Manisha Verma has joined outsourcing firm TaskUs as director of legal and data privacy. Verma had previously worked at Tata Technologies as head of global compliance and data privacy.
In Zambia, the Meridian Group, a large manufacturer of fertilizers, has hired Francis Milambo as senior internal auditor. Milambo comes to Meridian after a year at Zambia Industrial Commercial Bank, where he had been manager of internal audit.
And in Saudi Arabia, electrical equipment maker Electric House has switched up the roles for Tarek el-Habach, from internal audit and compliance manager to manager of internal control and process development. El-Habach is also coming up on 20 years with the company.
Max Beilby is celebrating one year at Citigroup as senior vice president of conduct, culture, and ethics.
Renee Martinez just hit one year at Moderna, where she is director of compliance policies and learning.
Ashley Wallis is celebrating one year at Liberty Dental Plan in California, where she is lead compliance analyst.
Mark Trojanowski is celebrating 10 years as director of internal audit for American Superconductor.
Vendors & Service Providers
First, congratulations to the new board members at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association (the sister groups share one board). Joining for the first time are Meric Bloch, global head of investigations at Booking Holdings; and Judith Spain, former head of ethics and compliance at Manhattanville College and a long-time compliance consultant and educator.
In related SCCE and HCCA news, Greg Triguba (principal at Compliance Integrity Solutions) was also appointed to another term on the board, and Walter Johnson (assistant privacy officer at Inova Health System) was named board president.
Navex has launched a new integrated risk management product, the NAVEX IRM Out-of-the-Box solution.
Open Req Orders
News from the north! The Senate of Canada is looking for a chief audit executive to head up the Senate’s internal audit function. Job is based in Ottawa, Ontario; recruitment firm Odgers Berndtson is in charge of the search. Here’s hoping the Senate there is more functional than the Senate in the United States, although that’s an extremely low bar to surpass
Cortiva Agriscience is looking for an ethics and compliance officer for its North America region. Job can be based in either Indianapolis or Wilmington, Del. That’s a tough call but I’d pick Delaware.
S&P Global is seeking a vice president for global financial crimes compliance. Job is based in New York City.
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.