Digitisation of Ethics and Compliance

Doing more with less

The notion of being considered a Responsible Business is no longer nice to have. It is critical for the ongoing success and viability of most businesses. If we combine this alongside increasing regulatory pressures, it is putting significant pressure on Ethics and Compliance functions and the wider organisation in relation to the business activities needing to be performed to meet ethical and compliance obligations. As a result, organisations are increasingly looking to digital capabilities to drive productivity, ownership and insight into the wider Ethics and Compliance agenda.

We are seeing an increasing cadence of new Ethics and Compliance relevant digital capabilities come to market with a clear cost-benefit case. We believe Ethics and Compliance architecture needs to be structured to allow those capabilities to be ‘plugged in’ and eventually ‘ripped out’ whilst not undermining the core of an organisations systems. Allowing ongoing evolution to keep pace with a constantly evolving E&C world. 

The organisations that are most successful at leveraging digitisation for Ethics and Compliance have done so by being clear on what kind of technology features they need to deliver their strategy and to achieve their vision. 

Our Ethics and Compliance experts work with our recognised leaders in the provision of digital services to help clients formulate their Ethics and Compliance digitisation roadmap. Helping our clients drive forward their digital agendas is core to our business, and our Ethics and Compliance experts are backed up by a deep pool of experts who advise on, and implement, some of the world’s most ambitious digital projects.  Our leadership position is underlined by our ability to act without external influence. We’re knowledgeable about – whilst purposefully agnostic of – the Ethics and Compliance-specific solution marketplace as well as leaders in leveraging wider capabilities for Ethics and Compliance.

We provide advisory services over all parts of an Ethics and Compliance operating mode, examples include:

  • Digital Transformation Labs
  • Digitisation strategy design and deployment
  • Identifying and implementing technology solutions, e.g.;
    - Emerging regulatory horizon scanning
    - Ethics and Compliance Risk Assessments
    - Third Party Screening
    - Control self-assessments
    - Gamification of training
    - Visualisation and dashboarding

Key contacts

Lauren Taylor

Lauren Taylor


Lauren is a Partner specialising in Ethics & Regulatory Compliance and is the Energy, Resources & Industrials (ER&I) leader for our Risk Advisory (RA) service line. Having run our Ethics & Compliance ... More