What separates good compliance from best-in-class compliance
More and more studies are showing that the best performing and most profitablecompanies are the ones where most forward-looking and well-staffed compliance departments are actively supported by a well-informed and engaged board.
This means more than walking into the boardroom statistics and raw dataon policies and trainings. Boards can–and should–expect a higher level of discourse and insight from compliance that includes analysis on important trends, outliers, and correlations of employee behavior and their impact on risk exposure.
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