Are you finding it harder to get your compliance communications heard? Are you at risk of your staff missing important messages? You’re not alone.
Banks and insurance companies are complex organizations where change is constant.
Product change, regulatory change, technology change.
Getting the attention of busy staff continues to be the biggest Compliance challenge for organizations. That’s the opinion of many Compliance professionals who attended the 2018 Compliance and Ethics Institute Conference in Las Vegas.
Branching out beyond email and ensuring information is easily accessible were quoted as some of the key priorities for many professionals who gathered at SCCE’s annual Compliance and Ethics Institute conference in Las Vegas, 15th – 18th October 2017.
Communicating with different ages, backgrounds and seniority levels is the biggest challenge facing Ethics and Compliance professionals, according to a delegate survey held at SCCE’s European Compliance & Ethics Institute in Prague, Czech Republic (2 – 5 April, 2017).
Seventy-five per cent of respondents said ensuring their communications work across all demographics is their biggest hurdle.
Conflicts of interest and sexual harassment are the priority themes that Ethics and Compliance officers will be communicating in the coming months, according to our survey at SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics conference in Chicago last week (September 2016).