Lees Risk & Compliance Magazine Jul-Sep 2017


The nineteenth issue of Risk & Compliance magazine presents features on compliance and regulatory flux and on monetising corporate social responsibility. It also looks at: managing transactional risk; capital planning and stress testing for financial institutions; calculating and conquering operational risk; duties of D&Os in anticipating and reacting to corporate crises; the evolution of the chief risk officer; and more.

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Assuring compliance amid regulatory flux

Monetising corporate social responsibility

Managing transactional risk

Driving efficiency through technology and automation

Capital planning and stress testing for financial institutions

Pivotal role of analytics in open banking

Calculating and conquering operational risk

Duties of D&Os in anticipating and reacting to corporate crises

The evolution of the chief risk officer

Board composition

Reduce risks by adding allies for better risk management

Ethics education is a gamble, so how do you play the odds?

Telecommuting policy and managing risk challenges

Effective coordination of risk management and e-discovery

Do you have confidence in your board when it comes to cyber security?

Cyber security for investment managers

Cyber risk, COSO and psychological pitfalls

Blockchain: security considerations and regulatory challenges

The Internet of Things – technology dream or privacy nightmare?

New opportunities – and new risks – in an era of autonomous vehicles

Staying on issue: the internal revenue service’s new issue-based audits

US sanctions developments: new opportunities and risks in Cuba, Iran and Sudan

Global response to fraud and corruption

Attorneys as SEC whistleblowers

The latest developments in Canadian anti-corruption enforcement and compliance

Managing retaliation claim risks

Reducing business risks in Brazil

Challenges on cooperation among authorities for leniencies and plea bargaining agreements

Bribery and corruption in the life sciences sector

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