Compliance Jobs Report: April 19

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The Compliance Jobs Report this week has updates from Coinbase, Synopsys, Ferrari, Swissport, and many more — plus a few compliance officers landing on corporate boards! We have job leads in higher ed, life sciences, and railroads; and Meme of the Week goes out to budget increases. Always remember that we need your help to…

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Dispatches From HCCA 2024

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The Health Care Compliance Association held its annual meeting in Nashville this week, bringing together more than 2,000 compliance professionals to talk shop, hear from healthcare regulators, and make endless references to country music and southern cuisine. Radical Compliance could not attend in person, so below is a quick roundup of social media dispatches from…

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SEC Talks AI Enforcement Risk

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We have more advice this week on artificial intelligence, this time from a top voice at the Securities and Exchange Commission who urged companies to do better at crafting — and implementing — thoughtful policies to govern AI risks. The speech came from Gurbir Grewal, head of the SEC’s Enforcement Division. He gave a speech…

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How to Support Policy & Procedure

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The New York Times had a fascinating article last week about discrimination in hiring practices at large corporations. The article also cited a powerful remedy for discriminatory hiring practices — one that compliance officers might want to ponder at length, for what it tells us about effective compliance generally. Let’s start with the article itself,…

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SAP’s Non-Monitor Monitorship

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Here’s a rather odd item in the annals of FCPA enforcement: software giant SAP recently assigned one of its internal compliance employees to be the company’s “monitorship compliance officer” — for an FCPA settlement announced in January that didn’t require a compliance monitor. This came to my attention when the SAP employee announced on LinkedIn…

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Compliance Jobs Report: April 12

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This week the Compliance Jobs Report has lots of promotions to note, plus new hires at TikTok, Dentsply Sirona, Truist, and elsewhere. We also have numerous personnel moves in supply chain compliance, plus job leads in aircraft, pharmaceuticals, and online exercise; and don’t forget our Meme of the Week! Always remember that we need your…

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PCAOB Cheating Crackdown Continues

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U.S. accounting regulators today fined KPMG’s Dutch affiliate $25 million for rampant employee cheating on the firm’s training exams, and then topped that eye-popping enforcement action with two more smaller fines against Deloitte’s Indonesia and Philippines affiliates for similar offenses.  The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board dropped this news bomb on Wednesday morning, and it’s…

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Advice on the Art of Risk Assessments

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Risk assessments can be a dizzying challenge for compliance officers, with so many ways to approach the task and so many variables to consider. So today let’s review some of the big themes from a webinar on risk assessments that I moderated last week, where plenty of good advice was dished out. We spent a…

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Compliance Jobs Report: April 5

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This week the Compliance Jobs Report has a slew of promotions, plus new hires at Infosys, Applied Materials, Walmart, FIS, and lots more. We also have job leads in economic development, financial services, and a certain electric car manufacturer with a nutty CEO; plus our Meme of the Week goes out to CCOs who report…

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Take Our Survey on Testing!

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Calling all compliance officers who want to know more about best practices for testing and monitoring your program! Radical Compliance and Rethink Compliance have teamed up to launch a survey on those very issues, and we need your help.  You can take the survey through a dedicated page hosted by Rethink, and it shouldn’t take…

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