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Manchester United Faces Emerging Compliance Risks

Professional football (or Soccer if you’re an American) club Manchester United plc has embarked on an impressive international expansion of its fan base the past several decades. The club currently claims 1.1 billion followers worldwide and is valued at $3.9 billion USD with a revenue of $770 million last year.  

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Measuring Compliance's Working Relationship with the Business

Many companies have conducted employee surveys to determine the ethical health of their organizations. They ask employees, for instance, has a culture of compliance been successfully integrated that starts with senior leadership setting the tone from the top? Are processes, systems and people in place to ensure compliance and prove it to regulators?  

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10 Reasons Compliance Programs are Failing

Attorney Andrew Hayward and award-winning writer Tony Osborn have authored a new book, “The Business Guide to Effective Compliance and Ethics: Why Compliance isn't Working - and How to Fix it.” In the book, the pair make note of increasing regulation and enforcement actions; growing ethical demands from business stakeholders as well as the public; and more stringent compliance policies and procedures within organizations.  

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Five Mistakes Companies Make with SMCR Compliance

When it comes to implementing the new Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR), there are key lessons solo-regulated companies can learn from banks and insurers who’ve already done so. That’s according to Lorraine Mouat, associate director at TCC, who highlighted the top five mistakes companies might make in implementing SMCR in a recent Financial Times Advise article 

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CCO's Make Their Voices Heard in CW Survey

Unlike many jobs, there typically isn’t a straight career path toward becoming a compliance officer. In fact, nearly 90 percent of the 290 respondents to Compliance Week’s first annual “Inside the Mind of the CCO” survey started their careers in a different field 

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