Compliance Jobs Report: Jan. 21

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The Compliance Jobs Report this week has new hires at Zoominfo, Google, RxDefine, Splunk, and elsewhere. We also have a bundle of personnel news from the financial services world, a notable ex-CCO moving into consulting world, and job leads in software, aviation gear, and Wisconsin. Plus our Meme of the Week! As always, thank you…

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CFPB Offers Clues on Diversity Programs

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Ethics and compliance professionals looking for guidance about how to develop diversity efforts might want to visit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB just published a report reviewing diversity efforts at financial firms and how the agency will assess those efforts in the future.  Financial regulators are obligated to assess the diversity policies and…

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Compliance Jobs Report: Jan. 14

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Another big week for compliance jobs! News from Georgia Tech, Truist, Facebook, Warner Music, Las Vegas Sands, and many more. We also have some compliance officers moving into the consulting world; job leads in transportation, auto parts, and city government; and our Meme of the Week goes out to internal investigators.  As always, thank you…

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Carnival, Princess Cruises Busted Again

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Here we go again: Princess Cruise Lines has pleaded guilty to a second violation of a probation deal imposed by the Justice Department in 2017 for environmental crimes, will pay another $1 million in criminal penalties, and undertake even more remedial measures to strengthen its compliance program.  If all this sounds familiar, that’s because Princess…

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Another Interesting Sanctions Case

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Another week, another interesting sanctions enforcement action from the Office of Foreign Assets Control. This time we have a Hong Kong trading company fined $5.2 million for facilitating trade with a chemicals business in Iran — but also catching a break because the company had warned its employees repeatedly to steer clear of Iranian customers.…

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Another CCO Liability Proposal

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The National Society of Compliance Professionals, which represents compliance officers specifically in the financial services world, has released a proposed framework to help regulators understand the threat of chief compliance officer liability and when such liability is or isn’t warranted for a compliance failure. The NSCP released its framework on Monday: a series of nine…

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Compliance Jobs Report: Jan. 7

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Our first Compliance Jobs Report of the year! We have compliance personnel hired from Pilgrim’s Pride, Lego Group, Rivian, Bekaert, Scion Health, and lots more; plus a bundle more news from health and life science businesses. Two compliance training startups got acquired; and we have job leads in higher education, Wall Street, and waste reduction. …

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Log4j: We Have to Talk About This

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By now compliance and audit professionals may have heard about the cybersecurity vulnerability called Log4j. This will foremost be a problem for IT security officers; but Log4j also illuminates a lot of challenges that audit, compliance, and risk management challenges will face in the 2020s. So let’s unpack the issues afoot here. First, the background.…

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Seven Compliance Events to Watch in 2022

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Happy New Year, everyone! Whether you’re back in the office already or waiting in line for a covid test — the demands of corporate compliance march on, and Radical Compliance is here to chronicle it all.  2022 promises to be another bracing year for compliance officers on multiple fronts. So without further delay, it’s time…

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SEC Charges Taxi Lender With Fraud

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the head of a New York financial firm with fraud, saying he paid media consultants to write bogus stories and offered kickbacks to valuation firms, all to prop up a banking subsidiary that lent money to taxi drivers and held the cabbies’ medallions as collateral.  The driver of…

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