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