Tagged: Person of the Year

“Person” of the Year: Technology and the Challenges for Ethics and Compliance

“Person” of the Year: Technology and the Challenges for Ethics and Compliance

I always enjoy retrospective “year in review” postings to start off the new year.  For years, I have sought to identify and capture important compliance trends, typically focused on specific professionals in the compliance arena.  This year, however,  is a little different.  Compliance is at an important inflection point.  Corporate business headlines have been dominated by technology issues.  I am not convinced that these headlines...

Person of the Year: The Trade Compliance Officer

I admit I may be a little late in completing some of my 2022 retrospective postings.  Nevertheless, I have to announce Corruption, Crime & Compliance’s Person of the Year Award.  Although my posting is not done with as much fanfare as Hollywood award shows or other major business announcements, it is always important o take time to reflect back on a year and focus gratitude...

“Person” of the Year: Environmental, Social and Governance

One of my favorite New Year postings is under the title of “Person” of the Year. In the past, I have singled out the Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Ethics Officers, Prosecutors, and Whistleblowers. For 2021, the choice is obvious – the most important trend is the rise of Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) programs.  In second place, I would choose Supply Chain Management and Risks,...