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NSCP National Society of Compliance Professionals

A quick recap of Monday’s NSCP event in Toronto

I attended the National Society of Compliance Professionals (NSCP) regional conference in Toronto on Monday. (Iceberg is a Gold sponsor of NSCP this year.)  Most of the attendees were from the Canadian financial industry and we heard from some excellent guest speakers and presenters on a variety of topics that are top of mind for compliance […]

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RECOMMENDED READING: Risk management news and notes for August 2

What we’re reading this week from the world of risk management. Norman Marks: Deloitte predicts change for Internal Audit Highlights and analysis of Deloitte’s new Chief Audit Executive survey, “Internal Audit at a Crossroads”. Compliance & Ethics Blog: Jeff Foxworthy, Compliance, and Internal Audit A fun piece on CCO and IA that takes off from Jeff Foxworthy’s redneck […]

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RECOMMENDED READING: Risk management news and notes for July 27

What we’re reading this week from the world of risk management. Risk.net: US life insurer MassMutual makes strides in op risk with corporate culture and IT “The centrepiece of MassMutual’s risk management programme is the ‘MassMutual way’, a philosophy that allows every member of staff to raise potential risk management problems, which can then be fixed. […]

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RECOMMENDED READING: Risk management news and notes for July 5

What we’re reading this week from the world of risk management. CFO.com: Making Cybersecurity a Business Function Poses Challenges “In cyber-security circles, the idea of ‘aligning security with the business’ gets a lot of lip service, but alignment is not a one-way street. There are some very real challenges associated with implanting cyber-risk management as a […]

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