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Written: April 15, 2014 by Asma Ghobriel

Compliance & Ethics Program Reporting: What type of Reports do you need?

Oversight of Compliance and Ethics (C&E) programs continues to evolve, requiring C&E officers to generate, on a regular basis, meaningful reports addressing the …

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Written: March 27, 2014 by James D. Meacham

Are your employees lying about telling the truth? The unique challenges of ethics and compliance mea

The primary goal of most Chief Compliance Officers is to decrease compliance risk by increasing ethical behavior. One of the most difficult questions …

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Written: March 03, 2014 by Asma Ghobriel

Disclosures Management: Time to put your Project Management Hat On!

SEC Chairman, Mary Jo White used a late 2013 year speech to promote her plan to “rethink” the processes and requirements surrounding corporate …

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Written: February 24, 2014 by Meghan Daniels

Seeing a Ray of Light... In what Seems Like an Endless Winter

It’s that time of year where we are all looking for a ray of light.  I recently read that Florida is the only …

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April 15, 2014

Compliance & Ethics Program Reporting: What type of Reports do you need?

March 27, 2014

Are your employees lying about telling the truth? The unique challenges of ethics and comp

March 03, 2014

Disclosures Management: Time to put your Project Management Hat On!

February 24, 2014

Seeing a Ray of Light... In what Seems Like an Endless Winter

In the past few years, as the use of social media has become more and more mainstream, companies have been waiting and watching for case law, guidance or some direction on what they can and should do with employees’ use of social media. Struggling to find a balance that protects employee rights and the best interests of the company has made the development of social media policies challenging—to say the least. We are finally getting what we are waiting for… more guidance… and now, we just have to figure out where we go from here.

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The German legislative environment relating to corporate governance has been rapidly evolving over recent years.   Amendments to the Corporate Governance Code (DCGC) place increasing personal responsibility on supervisory boards to ensure businesses meet their legal obligations and comply with internal policies.  This has led to a steady increase in the number of German businesses appointing compliance officers and implementing various measures to ensure they meet their legal obligations.   Earlier in the year, in a direct response to demand from the business community for clarity on what constitutes a robust compliance management system, the German Public Audit Institute (IDW) published a new assurance standard (PS980), the aim of which is to establish a recognised framework for compliance management aligned with internationally recognised principles.

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