Risk & Compliance Journal from The Wall Street Journal

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Deloitte writes and compiles a regular stream of content and timely features on risk, cyber, regulatory, and compliance matters—research, topical digests, perspectives, insights, and technical analysis—which appear in a separate module of Risk & Compliance Journal, an online publication from The Wall Street Journal.

Risk & Compliance Journal provides news and commentary to corporate executives and others 24/7, with content spanning governance, risk and compliance, as well as analysis of the significance of laws and regulations, the risks inherent in global expansion, and the protective moves taken by companies. The Morning Risk Report weekday newsletter cues up some of the most important news in risk and compliance. Risk & Compliance Journal is included as part of existing WSJ Digital subscriptions.

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Recent articles

Deloitte articles recently featured in Risk & Compliance Journal:

Seeking growth amid disruption: Brian Bird, CFO, NorthWestern Energy
Many utility companies are now looking at how to innovate to find growth opportunities and drive savings amid rising costs while operating under a regulated business model. For Brian Bird, CFO of NorthWestern Energy, the answer lies in working closely with the CEO to develop the growth strategy, managing the balance sheet to fund growth and reduce costs, and deploying finance and IT to work closely with the business to grow earnings.

Managing brand promise for customer loyalty and financial performance
Across industries, businesses and consumers are bombarded with an overwhelming choice of products and services. A distinctive and well-executed “brand promise” can cut through the clutter and increase both customer loyalty and revenue. Learn the three important steps to take when executing on the organization’s brand promise.

Injecting courage into strategy
One of executive management’s central responsibilities is the design and timely execution of strategy. For board directors, it is to challenge, vet and ultimately ratify that strategy. Understand the conversations that effective boards can have with C-suite executives and the questions boards can ask to help drive critical choices as management weighs benefits and risks in the face of uncertainty.

The future of risk: 10 trends to watch
Ten trends have the potential to significantly alter the risk landscape for companies around the world and change how they respond to and manage risk, according to “The future of risk: New games, new rules,” a report from Deloitte & Touche LLP. These trends span a number of categories, from technological advancements to business process and managerial innovations to macroeconomic forces. Learn how the 10 trends are now in play at companies across many industry sectors.

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