In the News: Enterprise Compliance Services
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Read the news from our Enterprise Compliance Services practice which is gathered from a variety of resources. Below are our latest headlines about ethics and compliance.
Recent media coverage
|New challenges confront CCOs as their role evolves
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | June 24, 2014
Compliance Week editor and publisher Matt Kelly discusses the evolving issues faced by ethics and compliance officers, including the need to manage third-party risks at the enterprise level, how board attitudes toward compliance is changing and how the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is influencing ethics and compliance programs and much more. Read his interview with Deloitte LLP Principal Maureen Mohlenkamp.
|Compliance Trends Survey: Are CCOs using the "right" metrics?
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | June 23, 2014
Nearly one-quarter of compliance professionals say they don't measure the effectiveness of their compliance programs, according to a recent Deloitte & Touche LLP and Compliance Week survey. Although that number is an improvement from previous surveys, other evidence suggests compliance professionals aren't wholly comfortable with the metrics they use. Learn more in this article that features Deloitte LLP Principal Maureen Mohlenkamp and Deloitte & Touche LLP Director George Hanley and Partner Nicole Sandford.
|Compliance Trends Survey: Do CCOs have enough authority?
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | June 18, 2014
"Authority" for a compliance officer can include freedom to act without fear of organizational backlash, sufficient resources to run the compliance function effectively and access to the CEO or board. Learn more in this article that features insights from Deloitte LLP Principal Maureen Mohlenkamp and Deloitte & Touche LLP Director Tom Rollauer.
|Investment in compliance professionals rising too slowly: Global survey
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | June 12, 2014
Although investment in compliance budgets and staffing has increased slightly in the past year, it has failed to keep pace with the growing compliance risks posed by third parties and industry regulation, according to a survey report released by Deloitte & Touche LLP and Compliance Week. This article includes insights from Deloitte & Touche LLP Partner Nicole Sandford and Director Tom Rollauer.
Compliance practices in 2014: Good, bad, and everything else
|Managing global ethics and compliance as an asset, not an expense
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | May 19, 2014
In this second of two articles featuring Keith Darcy, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP, he discusses how management and boards can take a more integrated view of ethics and compliance by working to incorporate these critical initiatives into an organization's larger risk management efforts.
|How boards can raise the bar on ethics and compliance
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | April 22, 2014
Read this interview with Keith Darcy, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP, who discusses how boards can guide an organization's ethics and compliance efforts in light of heightened regulatory scrutiny and emerging threats.
|Ethics and compliance programs: Moving from "good enough" to "great"
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | April 14, 2014
What separates a "good" ethics and compliance program from a "great" one? Gain some insights from this article that features Keith Darcy, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP and Deloitte & Touche LLP Director George Hanley.
|Should enterprise compliance be centralized or decentralized?
WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal | March 10, 2014
For many executives, "enterprise compliance" is synonymous with "centralized compliance." But in reality, that's not the case. This article features Deloitte & Touche LLP Partner Nicole Sandford.
|Ethics & Technology: The disconnect
Information Security Media Group | January 20, 2014
In this interview, Keith Darcy, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP, discusses how technology is the biggest challenge to ethics and compliance in organizations today.
|Compliance programs – On everyone's agenda
Financial Executive | July/August 2013
The past decade has shown a significant shift in corporate thinking about compliance, as it has become a key consideration for a risk-intelligent enterprise. Deloitte & Touche LLP Partner Nicole Sandford and Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Partner Donna Epps share their current thinking about the strategic value of enterprise compliance and how to create it.
|When the board comes calling about compliance: A risk-intelligent approach
Corporate Compliance Insights | June 26, 2013
When it comes to compliance risk, board members generally receive regular reports indicating that everything is mostly under control. So when a compliance issue erupts it's no wonder that the board asks tougher questions of compliance executives with every passing quarter. This article by Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Partner Donna Epps offers some insight.
|Making the bottom line case for compliance: The ROI of a robust compliance department
Corporate Compliance Insights | May 14, 2013
Compliance officers are frequently asked how they are defining and measuring value. In short: what is the return on investment (ROI) of their departments? In this article, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Partner Robert Biskup offers nine effective practices to consider for measuring the ROI of compliance.
|The effective practitioner, ethics and compliance: Birth of a profession
Business Compliance | March/April 2013
Keith Darcy, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP, provides an important reminder of the story behind the emergence of a new ethics and compliance profession, in a world demanding both greater wealth and higher moral standards and where the ends do not justify the means.
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