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Congress grills Goldman Sachs over e-mails bragging about selling "Frankenstein" sub-prime derivatives to "widows and orphans." The FDA investigating a peanut processor for Salmonella poisoning, discovers an e-mail stating "USDA is putting a hold on everything else in the plant ... but we desperately at least need to turn the raw peanuts on our fl oor into money." Increasingly e-mails are becoming the focus of regulatory inquiry, and organizations worry that irresponsible statements...
Webcasts Compliance Week Webcasts Series Recent Webcasts Archived Online INTEGRATE YOUR ANTI-CORRUPTION PROGRAM INTO EXISTING BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND PROCESSES In this Webcast, we will explore ideas, projects, and practices that can help make your anti-corruption program more effective. We will discuss how to move your program beyond existence of core elements and to implementation or refinement of processes that are integrated with and supported by your business. The risk of bribery and corruption can’t be successfully combated with a program living solely in your headquarters office; you have to get it successfully out into the business. Join us for a discussion on ways to focus your next round of efforts on identifying and working with existing resources and processes that will help your implementation stay strong and effective—even in your remote locations. » Sponsored by the Steele Foundation FIVE E-MAIL STRATEGIES FOR COMPANIES TO AVOID THE WRATH OF REGULATORS Congress grills Goldman Sachs over e-mails bragging about selling “Frankenstein” sub-prime derivatives to “widows and orphans.” The FDA in- vestigating a peanut processor for Salmonella poisoning, discovers an e-mail stating “USDA is putting a hold on everything else in the plant ... but we desperately at least need to turn the raw peanuts on our floor into money.” Increasingly e-mails are becoming the focus of regulatory inquiry, and organizations worry that irresponsible statements made in e-mails from a few rogue employees can create risk for the entire organization. Other than turning off e-mail entirely, can an organization really protect itself from hurtful e-mails discovered by regulators? This Webinar will discuss five strategies for mitigating the risk of e-mails, while still maintaining regulatory compliance. Experts Mark Diamond from Contoural along with Bill Tolson from Mimosa will discuss practical, real-world approaches to managing risk. » Sponsored by Iron Mountain Digital COMPLIANCE AND THE FAST CLOSE—A NEW APPROACH TO FINANCIAL CONSOLIDATIONS The “fast close” process used by most companies today is only “fast” because of the work that the finance department is putting in behind the scenes to ensure compliance with the most complex GAAP or IFRS rules. Ask most finance staff and you’l
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