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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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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Compliance Jobs Report: March 29

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Another big Compliance Jobs Report heading into the Easter Weekend. We have updates from a few universities, a few banks, a few luxury life businesses, and lots of other companies. We also note the passing of an SEC trailblazer; have job leads in phones, medical devices, and grammar; and our Meme of the Week. Always…

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How ‘Fairness’ Helps Compliance

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Compliance officers struggle mightily to articulate the right balance between what’s ethical and what’s legal. So when one of the country’s top banking regulators gave a speech earlier this week titled “Fairness and effective compliance management,” it caught my eye. The regulator in question is Michael Hsu, acting head of the Office of the Comptroller…

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Compliance Jobs Report: March 22

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Another big Compliance Jobs Report this week. We have CCO hires at Norfolk Southern, Kindbody, and Treehouse Foods; and lots of other personnel moves too. A new whistleblower law firm just opened; we have job leads in renewable energy, technology, and chickens; and Meme of the Week goes out to overstretched budgets. Always remember that…

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Survey: CCO Resources, Pressures Both Rising

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KPMG has published a new survey of chief compliance officers with plenty of findings that the compliance community should find interesting. The good news is that most CCOs expect budgets and headcounts to rise in the coming year; the bad is that CCOs also expect more pressure for better compliance program performance from numerous directions. …

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US Bank Dinged on Messaging Fails

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US Bank is the latest financial firm sanctioned for employees’ use of off-channel messaging apps, fined $6 million on Tuesday by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission. At this point these cases are hardly news any more, but the US Bank enforcement does have a few twists that warrant a compliance officer’s attention. First, as outlined…

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SEC Launches ‘AI Washing’ Enforcement

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The Securities and Exchange Commission sanctioned two investment firms Monday for making false statements about how they use artificial intelligence in their business operations — the first enforcement actions we’ve seen under a crackdown on “AI washing” that SEC officials had been promising for several weeks.  The two firms are Global Predictions Inc., an investment…

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