Thursday, September 25, 2014
2:00 p.m. EDT, 1:00 p.m.
Lillian M. Borsa
Principal, Risk Assurance and
Sustainable Business Solutions
Partner, Governance, Risk and Compliance Technology Enablement
Vice President, Marketing
As retailers expand their businesses to new geographies and retail formats, the number of regulatory and operational requirements exponentially increases, as does the risk of compliance violations. Retailers' current approach to compliance programs, which focuses on codes of conduct, hotlines and policy management, may not be sustainable going forward.
With increasing strategic risks, data privacy issues and regulatory compliance requirements both at the corporate and department level, organizations will have to look at new compliance management strategies and approaches. However, many organizations still largely rely on training, document management and employee surveys. Their compliance resources are spread across multiple teams and there is heavy reliance on audit, finance, legal and HR teams to assess and manage various programs.
To ensure compliance, organizations need to implement comprehensive ethics and corporate compliance programs that not only help manage corporate and departmental/operational compliance requirements, but also integrate multiple programs and facilitate collaboration between various departments.
Experts on this webinar will focus on:
• Designing and implementing corporate compliance programs for regional and global operations
• Identifying and assessing risks of non-compliance and how to implement risk mitigation plans
• Driving a culture of compliance across the organizations
• Monitoring effectiveness of compliance programs
Questions pertaining to registration should be directed to Mark Dunham, coordinator of legal affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.