Companies doing business across the globe today face an uphill battle when it comes to compliance. A new emphasis on individual prosecutions, as well as increased liability for the actions of third-parties, have further raised already high stakes for non-compliance. As regulators scrutinize business conduct against industry, sector, and various government agency standards, Stephen Martin and Toby Ralston explain why periodic and holistic risk assessments are a critical, central component to an effective compliance program.

In the October issue of SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics Professional magazine, Stephen and Toby offer an in-depth primer on conducting assessments across four key areas of risk: Financial, Legal/Regulatory, Operational and Reputational. Read the full article here.

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Stephen Martin

Stephen Martin

Stephen Martin, a Partner with StoneTurn, has more than 20 years of experience in compliance & monitoring, risk assessment, and corporate internal investigations, often in connection with regulatory inquiries. Stephen […]

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Toby Ralston

Toby Ralston

Toby Ralston, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, has over ten years of experience assisting clients and counsel with compliance, monitoring, internal control remediation, forensic accounting, boards of directors’ investigations and […]

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