Post-COVID Compliance Strategies: Dealing With Persistent Heightened Risks

Pandemic restrictions on in‑person gatherings have changed the face of compliance and enforcement but, as restrictions ease, what risks should compliance officers continue to look for? What will enforcement look like? The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with Nancy Grygiel, the chief compliance officer of Amgen, Gary DiBianco, a partner at Skadden, and Michelle Shapiro, a partner at Arent Fox, about their views on how compliance officers can adapt to a new normal. This first part of the article series addresses the risks associated with remote working, including training and communication, as well as new ways of doing business that may continue after the pandemic, such as more outsourced roles and increased data analytics. The second part will discuss i investigation and enforcement trends, including how the SEC is approaching disclosures about ESG.  See “Opportunities for Anti-Corruption Compliance Enhancements While Working Remotely” (Apr. 15, 2020).

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