Ten Key Compliance Measures CCOs Should Implement in 2016

The increased enforcement of the FCPA and the U.K. Bribery Act, and statements by top enforcers of those laws, have highlighted the need for companies to identify and address any potential exposure to violations of anti-bribery and corruption laws around the world. As a new KPMG study reveals, managing new and emerging risks can seem overwhelming. In a guest article, Randy Stephens and Ed Petry of NAVEX Global identify ten steps to help compliance officers get ahead of the curve and plan for the coming year. See “Five Tools Every Chief Compliance Officer Needs for Effective FCPA Compliance: Title, Authority, Access, Budget and Culture (Part One of Two)” (Apr. 3, 2013); Part Two (Apr. 17, 2013).

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