How AI Can Assist Compliance

Artificial Intelligence has been around for 70 years now, but in the past 10 years, it has become more and more feasible. Scientists, academics and business owners are very optimistic about the future of AI and how it could change the way we live. We have been seen these changes and technological advances every day around us and in many industries.

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5 Steps to Avoid Employee Misconduct

Employee conduct is a priority in many industries, especially in regulated businesses. Making sure you know what conduct risks are is key to running an effective compliance programme. We have listed 5 steps that you must consider in order to enhance the compliance of your business and avoid misconduct.

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Investment Bankers Charged for International Insider Trading

Two London investment bankers were charged on Monday in the US for an insider trading scheme. The prosecutors claim that the large-scale scheme generated around $10 million in illegal profit. The spokesman for the Manhattan U.S attorney could not confirm if the couple are under arrest.

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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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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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