The Five Key Secrets to Driving Cultural Change in Your Organisation

Pauline Blondet, VP Compliance EMEA at GAN Integrity, and I will discuss this these with a select group of ethics professionals this morning. I’ll share a follow-up post after the event with key insights – but for now, be sure to: Follow the #EthicalBusinessPractice hashtag on LinkedIn Check out the Connected CCO blog from GAN Integrity AndContinue reading “The Five Key Secrets to Driving Cultural Change in Your Organisation”

3 Quick Quotes from the Global Legal Group Fireside Chat: Beating the compliance gap

3 Quick Quotes from the Global Legal Group Fireside Chat: Beating the compliance gap “We are here to discuss the intersection of risk, innovation and regulation and the role of integrity and compliance in helping the Board successfully navigate these treacherous but critical waters.” “Compliance can only grow in a strong ethical culture. A strongContinue reading “3 Quick Quotes from the Global Legal Group Fireside Chat: Beating the compliance gap”

“Can we regulate for innovation and can we innovate in regulation?”

Last week I had the pleasure of participating in a conference focused around the question “Can we regulate for innovation and can we innovate in regulation?”. Robert Madelin, Chairman, Fipra International, has written an analysis that crystallises the Opening and Concluding Remarks at the conference. It covers the challenges, the lessons and the learnings onContinue reading ““Can we regulate for innovation and can we innovate in regulation?””

Global Legal Group Fireside Chat: Beating the compliance gap

As part of a moderated, but informally structured conversation, our speakers will discuss how to help legal advisers set a firm board agenda for innovation, while managing appropriate risks. The discussion will include: How to analyse such gaps and integrate compliance into your organisation Navigate the challenge of compliance by identifying routes to value HowContinue reading “Global Legal Group Fireside Chat: Beating the compliance gap”

The Ethics of Compliance & Risky Women: What’s next

Some follow-on things you can do today following the Risky Women event at the #RefinitivSummit in Sydney – dive right in: Join the Risky Women Network Follow @RiskyWomen |@kimberleycole | @ruthsteinholtz Connect with Gillian Cameron & Ruth Steinholtz Subscribe to Risky Women Radio on iTunes | Spotify | Google Play About Risky Women® A global networkContinue reading “The Ethics of Compliance & Risky Women: What’s next”

Driving a focus on ethical behaviour in your organisation

Coming up at the #RefinitivSummit in Sydney this week: Driving a focus on ethical behaviour in your organisation ● Is influencing activity on the front line more important than changing corporate policy? ● Are rules or principles more conducive to driving ethical behaviour? ● What role should deterrence have in embedding a values-based ethics system?Continue reading “Driving a focus on ethical behaviour in your organisation”

#EthicalBusinessPractice Thoughts from Sydney

This is my first visit to Australia (I’m here for this year’s #RefinitivSummit). And I have landed right in the middle of the best place and time to explore ethical business practice and regulation. Why? A Royal Commission on misconduct in banking and financial services recently delivered its final report. And banking touches all sectionsContinue reading “#EthicalBusinessPractice Thoughts from Sydney”

The Ethics of Compliance

Looking forward to the next Risky Women® network lunch on June 4 during the Australian Regulatory Summit 2019… At the Sydney event the topic is the ethical culture of compliance. I’ll be in conversation with Gillian Cameron, Director of Client Services at Refinitiv. Join us: The importance of taking a behavioural and values-based approach toContinue reading “The Ethics of Compliance”

Risky Women & The Ethics of Compliance: What’s next?

Some follow-on things you can do today following the #RefinitivSummit in Singapore – dive right in: Join the Risky Women Network Follow @kimberleycole | @RiskyWomen Subscribe to Risky Women Radio on iTunes | Spotify | Google Play About Risky Women® A global network connecting, celebrating and championing women in risk, regulation and compliance. It hasContinue reading “Risky Women & The Ethics of Compliance: What’s next?”

What we’re reading: factulness, bad blood, human risk …

Factfulness I am currently reading Factfulness by the late Hans Rosling – and the very current Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund. It has some interesting insights topical for Ethical Business Practice. They’re about blame and urgency (see chapters 9-10).  For example: “…blame drives us to attribute more power and influence to individuals than they deserve,Continue reading “What we’re reading: factulness, bad blood, human risk …”