We are the leading professional body for the global regulatory and financial crime compliance community.
We aim to inspire, educate and enable the international compliance community to think more, perform better and help the right business to be conducted in the right way.
As a global organisation, we understand that diversity and inclusion is different around the world - the challenges faced by different groups vary significantly.
We believe that the compliance community is strengthened by being diverse; bringing together many different backgrounds, cultures and expertise and allowing a broad range of perspectives that represent the communities we serve. We are proud to celebrate the diversity in compliance.
We also understand that we don’t have all the answers and there is still more to do. We know there are issues that are too big to be tackled by the compliance community alone.
However, we understand the importance of each and every one of us as citizens to do our part to foster an environment of inclusion. That is why we stand #ComplianceAsOne.
In September 2020 we surveyed 300 members in the compliance field to determine how compliance is advancing diversity and inclusion efforts and what challenges still exist to implementing an inclusive D&I programme.
Compliance practitioners from various industries discussed the results from ‘Diversity and Inclusion in the Compliance World’ and offered a glimpse into D&I practices and policies within their own companies. They also examined key takeaways, such as:
View the white paper here for more insights and full survey results.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Compliance Week caught up with a handful female chief compliance officers (CCOs)
What better day than March 8, International Women’s Day, to celebrate women in compliance?
What is the role of the HR function in driving D&I, and the importance of compliance management in overseeing changes in organisational behaviour and practices?
Nasdaq has filed a proposal with the Securities and Exchange Commission to adopt new listing rules that would impose board diversity disclosure requirements.
As more states enact statutes that directly address diversity in the boardroom, corporate boards that have not already done so would be wise to begin strategizing their diversity efforts now.
Experts offer best practices on how to ensure your D&I policies, training, and resources are sufficient at this social and cultural inflection point.
We asked nine prominent chief compliance officers what they can do or are doing to create a more progressive workplace.
Businesses can no longer pay lip service to issues of culture, equality, diversity and inclusion, writes Neta Meidav (inCOMPLIANCE September cover story)
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