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What does it to build an ethical culture

» The journey of a compliance professional has undergone a sea change from working in the shadows to getting a seat at the table—the who’s who of the corporate world. » Compliance departments have moved from monitoring policies, rules, and regulations to regulating individual ethics. » Regulators have pierced the corporate veil to identify a living person responsible for any unethical act committed and ended up pointing fingers at chief compliance officers. » Increasing uncertainty, developments in regulation, lack of budget, and work pressure have transformed some inexperienced compliance officers to “the dark side.” » With the venerable force field over organizations to protect them from unethical conduct, there is no way around except to hire experienced compliance professionals. by #RobinSingh the #whitecollarinvestigator

What does it to build an ethical

Compliance & Ethics PROFESSIONAL® a publication of the society of corporate compliance and ethics APRIL 2018 Meet Gerry Zack Incoming CEO of SCCE & HCCA see page 18

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