Chief compliance officers have a difficult job (to say the least). If everything goes well, they are hailed as heroes. If a major problem occurs, everyone looks to the CCO to find out why the problem occurred. In the latter situation, the implicit message to CCOs is “why didn’t you prevent this problem, I thought you were supposed to prevent this.” This reflects a fundamental...
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