Companies boost compliance with regulatory technology
Posted on 12-26-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Regulatory technology (RegTech) refers to technology that assists companies to meet growing regulatory requirements. Banks are set to invest more in RegTech in 2019, because they see it as a cost-effective and efficient way to respond to growing regulatory... Read More

3 Business Resolutions that Reduce Risk Exposure
Posted on 12-21-2018 by Lisa Thompson

January may be hot or cold, rainy or snowy—it just depends on where you live. But whether you sport a windbreaker or a parka when you head back to work after the holiday season, January is the same everywhere when it comes to making resolutions... Read More

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act—2018 review
Posted on 12-20-2018 by Lisa Thompson

2018 has been a record year of penalties issued for breaches of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Settlements totaling more than $2.96 billion were agreed by corporations found to be in breach of the Act. The year saw further indications of the... Read More

4 Reasons Communications Pros Embrace Artificial Intelligence
Posted on 12-18-2018 by Alyssa Vorhees

Are you nervous about the imminent Fourth Industrial Revolution? After all, each industrial revolution has resulted in the displacement of workers through automated or industrialized processes. But history shows that short-term displacements were balanced... Read More

Lloyds banks on technology in 2020 strategy
Posted on 12-18-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Lloyds Bank has set an ambitious three-year strategy to “digitize” the group. In its strategic review for 2018-20, Lloyds intends to use technology like data analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to gain new insights which can transform... Read More

How forced labor impacts the global labor market
Posted on 12-18-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Migration is a recurrent theme in human history. Whether seeking to escape violence, natural disasters or poverty, migrants express their determination for better lives through migration. On International Migrants Day, we look at a particular risk that... Read More

'Tis the season to combat forced labor
Posted on 12-13-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Holiday traditions vary. Whether you festoon a Christmas tree with sparkly baubles and tinsel, light a menorah for Hanukkah or tackle feats of strength for Festivus, gift-giving and holiday parties are likely part of your tradition too. But these seasonal... Read More

Are the holidays sustainable?
Posted on 12-12-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Many organizations use Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) standards or engage in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs to support sustainable business practices and mitigate third-party risk . But what about on the home-front? ‘Tis... Read More

Media monitoring shows global reach for an American original: Black Friday
Posted on 12-10-2018 by Alyssa Vorhees

Coordinating a global PR strategy can sometimes seem like a Sisyphean struggle. When cornerstone ideas of your company's (or client's) brand don't cross international borders, there's a temptation to either limit your reach or cook up... Read More

Tackling corruption risk to improve human rights
Posted on 12-06-2018 by Lisa Thompson

2018 marks the anniversary of a multitude of different political as well as social turning points in human history. While the festivities commemorating the end of World War I were widely broadcasted and spoken about, two anniversaries often fall short... Read More

How to Get the Most Out of Your Competitive Research
Posted on 12-05-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Now more than ever, understanding the competition is a requirement for business success. From equipping teams with intelligence that allows them to better connect with customers, to identifying the next steps your industry will take before they take them... Read More

Enter the ninja: A disciplined approach to defeat regulatory risk
Posted on 12-05-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Forget about the turtles. Today is International Ninja Day, but what we’re on about has more to do with regulatory risk than teenagers or (as far as we know) mutants. Why does International Ninja Day make us think ‘compliance program’... Read More