Will Your Compliance Program Fall Short?
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While many companies have basic elements of a compliance program in place such as code of conduct and whistleblower programs, simply having these elements is no substitute for a comprehensive program. In reality, many companies have implemented a “one-off” approach in which procedures often become fragmented, duplicative and outdated over time. For these organizations, the cost of non-compliance can be extraordinarily high, whereas a well-designed, comprehensive compliance program provides numerous efficiencies and can serve as a solid foundation for effective Enterprise Risk Management.
Don’t miss Rick Steinberg, founder and CEO of Steinberg Governance Advisors and Compliance Week columnist, as he outlines steps that companies can take toward achieving a well-designed, comprehensive compliance program. In this informative Webinar, Rick describes a strategic, risk-based approach that supports business objectives and provides an enterprise view of compliance.
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