Event, May 5, 2017
MDO Partners will participate at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) Miami Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference on May 5, 2017.
Event, Oct. 15-18, 2017
More than 1,700 compliance professionals are expected to attend the 16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute in Las Vegas Oct. 15-18, 2017.
A major business trade group’s request that the White House use its influence on the SEC to make it harder to get governance, political or environmental issues onto corporate ballots has a new opponent, Reuters reports.
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP has added Maryelena Zaccardelli to its Washington, D.C. office as the firm’s Senior Director of Affirmative Action Plans & Contractor Compliance.
The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) has published a complimentary executive summary of “Eight Key Practices for Overseeing Risk Management.”
GCSG has created a due diligence report to help companies assess potential risks associated with their current and potential third party relationships.
Corporate compliance consultant, author and lawyer Thomas Fox is producing a new podcast series that has generated an e-book exploring the outlook for business ethics at home and overseas under incoming President Donald Trump.
Event, Jan. 19, NYC
Bloomberg BNA will present a complimentary event to discuss the widespread corporate apathy towards antitrust risks – and why the business community needs a collective wake-up call.
A study of companies subjected to whistle-blowing underscores the notion that insiders are best positioned to monitor companies’ financial reporting, according to a report The New York Times.
Navex Global has published its 2017 edition of the annual Top 10 Ethics & Compliance Predictions and Recommendations white paper.
Reports cover recently unsealed documents in a shareholder lawsuit that contends Facebook’s recent stock split with a new class of nonvoting stock is tantamount to “granting Zuckerberg billions of dollars in equity, for which he will not pay anything.”
The SEC alleged Embraer made more than $83 million in profits as a result of bribe payments from its U.S.-based subsidiary through third-party agents to foreign government officials in the Dominican Republic, Saudi Arabia and Mozambique.
The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association recently conducted a survey to gauge the effectiveness of compliance programs at preventing incidents from occurring.
Event, Nov. 15, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. PST
Navex Global will present the sixth annual Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference on Nov. 15 — a free, one-day, online event.
Event, Oct. 26, 11 a.m. PST
SecureDocs will present a complimentary webinar designed for professionals who are interested in understanding, identifying, and mitigating potential data breach disasters before they occur.
Shareholder William Sarsfield said a federal investigation “exposed a far-reaching, systemic breakdown in corporate governance” at the bank, reports SFGATE.
About one year after revelations surfaced that Volkswagen AG rigged its diesel cars to cheat emissions tests, it has somehow emerged as “the world’s biggest automaker” in the first six months of 2016, outselling Toyota during that period, according to a Bloomberg News report.