A brief AretéThoughts Q&A with Adam Turteltaub: What is the most important contribution ethics and compliance can make to the lives of people in organisations? I think the greatest contribution it can provide is stability. What I mean is that if the compliance program works you avoid the tremendous disruptions that come from non-compliance. Now that mayContinue reading “‘In the rush to get back to normal, don’t lose track of what worked during the pandemic.’”
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Compliance is the outcome
Join top legal professionals with discussion on the latest developments – at the Global Life Sciences Law Conference. The conference, which will take place virtually over two days in March. Session on Day 1: Compliance is the outcome of an effective ethical culture How to achieve balance so that compliance does not undermine ethical behaviour:Continue reading “Compliance is the outcome”
What really motivates anti-corruption compliance?
I was reflecting on this question and my first take is: The best motivation is a deep seated desire to do the right thing. There’s more to it as you might expect – and I am excited that OECD is digging into it deeper – I’ll be tuning in, I hope you will too: TheContinue reading “What really motivates anti-corruption compliance?”
#RefinitivSummit: Culture, conduct & individual accountability
Panel discussion ● A review of individual accountability frameworks in Asia: what worked, and what could be improved upon? ● Restoring trust in the financial sector: what can ASEAN learn from Australia’s Royal Commission and developments in Europe? ● How will a heightened enforcement climate change the way financial institutions approach culture and conduct? ●Continue reading “#RefinitivSummit: Culture, conduct & individual accountability”
Culture and Conduct: The many reasons why things go wrong and what can you do about it
Webcast | Monday 25th February | 1pm (GMT) Presenters: Ruth Steinholtz and Shona Matthews For most of us, compliance might seem something that happens to us, only about interpretations of what legislation and regulation requires of us; necessary but boring – a nuisance even. But what if doing the right thing was actually good for business?Continue reading “Culture and Conduct: The many reasons why things go wrong and what can you do about it”
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