Risk & Compliance is an e-magazine dedicated to the latest developments in corporate risk management and regulatory compliance.

jul-sep 2016 ISSUE

In this issue we present features on the ‘Panama Papers’ revelation and on succession planning. We also look at: cyber security and privacy risks for financial institutions; GDPR; PCI DSS compliance; securing sensitive data; data security training; using FinTech to manage compliance; financial regulation in France; using Big Data analytics to reduce fraud and money laundering; the EU’s anti-money laundering directive; doing business ethically in India; de-risking technology projects; managing risk and creating value in rapid growth markets; HR challenges; reputation as a strategic risk; UN sustainable development goals; international cartel enforcement; and more.


In this issue we present features on the UK Bribery Act and on business interruption. We also look fraud risk in the energy & natural resources sector; creating a culture of compliance; fraud enforcement in Canada; stock market manipulation; board-level responsibilities for risk management; the increasingly complex compliance process; going beyond compliance; behavioural risk management; managing risk within financial institutions; MIFid II implementation; modern slavery reporting; foreign supplier verification; new Iran business opportunities; disclosure-only settlements; overseeing cyber risk management; information security and data protection; data transfers; industry-leading compliance; data privacy challenges for the Asia-Pacific region; and more.


In this issue we present features on cyber security legislation in the US and on activists in the boardroom. We also look at CEO pay disclosure requirements; addressing board culture; the evolving role of the CEO; ethical challenges in 2016; commodity price risk management; supply chain resilience and accountability; ERM as a team sport; preparing for extreme events; the role of the board in tackling cyber risks; mandatory cyber security regulations; preparing for the Internet of Things; hacking as a ‘business model’; European data protection legislation; corporate fraud in the Asia Pacific region; FATCA compliance; mobile banking; shareholder activism in the US banking industry; and more.