In focus: 2014 compliance survey
A collaboration between Deloitte and Compliance Week
As the full force of landmark laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act and the Affordable Care Act come to bear, the need for a strong corporate compliance function—and an understanding of what that strong function should look like—has emerged like never before.
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2014 compliance trends survey report
Within this report, we have combined the deep knowledge and experience of Deloitte with the broad industry perspective of Compliance Week to answer three questions:
- Do compliance executives have the appropriate authority and resources to do their jobs?
- Are compliance executives addressing the right risks?
- Do compliance executives use the right metrics to measure progress?
2014 Compliance Trends Survey
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- 23% of organizations do not measure the effectiveness of their compliance programs
- 65% of organizations have less than 10 full-time people specifically focused on ethics and compliance
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Compliance Trends Survey 2014 — Health Care
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- 26% of organizations reported that data analytics and reporting is the biggest challenge to manage compliance risks
- 37% of organizations do not use predictive modeling techniques
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Compliance Trends Survey 2014 — Financial Services
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- 63% of organizations have a stand-alone chief compliance offier
- 35% of organizations have compliance budgets of $1 million or less, including salaries
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"Building stronger support with middle management—where compliance programs must be operationalized to be effective—should be a high priority going forward. The tone-at-the-top is nothing more than an aspiration if the organization isn’t living and breathing its values every day.”