Enterprise Compliance Services
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Enterprise compliance is a centralized, coordinated approach to ethics and compliance program design and assessment that cuts across multiple business units within an organization. A programmatic approach, built from the top down, enterprise compliance focuses on the specific risks the organization faces.
How we can help
An organization’s overall enterprise compliance program can be based on a number of frameworks, such as the US Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) and encompasses both operational compliance and legal/regulatory compliance risks.
Corporate compliance programs can best be thought of as addressing four distinct “layers” of compliance:
- Involuntary for everyone
- Involuntary for a particular industry
- Involuntary for a particular geographic footprint
- Voluntary for strategic or operational excellence
To design and implement an effective and efficient enterprise-wide ethics and compliance program, a company needs to create and maintain the people, processes, and technologies for each of the "layers." Deloitte Advisory's understanding of all these issues can help the chief compliance officer, and other compliance stakeholders, to bring greater value to the organization.
We have developed a full suite of solutions across the spectrum of ethics and compliance program elements and risk domains, including:
- Ethics and compliance program design and enhancement assistance
- Compliance risk assessment
- Remediation services
- Compliance-facilitating design and implementation assistance
- On-demand compliance advisory services
- Other - Decision rights matrices and mapping of compliance demands to business activities and roles; training programs
In the news
When it comes to making news, we aren’t shy. Below are some of the latest headlines from our Enterprise Compliance Services practice about enterprise ethics and compliance.
- A Memo to CEOs: Is Your Compliance Function As Effective As It Should Be?
- Improving Compliance with Stronger CCO-CIO Partnerships
- How Assessing Compliance Culture Can Raise Ethical Standards
- CCOs Gain More Influence, Seek to Improve Enterprise-wide Visibility: Survey
- More Standalone CCOs Are Taking Compliance Reins: Survey
- CCOs Concerned about Compliance IT Systems: Survey
- Global Regulatory Convergence Calls for a Broader View of Risk Exposure
- Ethical Leadership: Facing the Challenges on the Front Lines
- Building a World-class Ethics and Compliance Program
- Whistleblower Programs: Who Should Be in Charge?
- Ways to Build Strong Ethical Cultures
- Planning and executing enterprise-wide compliance risk assessments in healthcare organizations
- Corporate Culture: The Center of Strong Ethics and Compliance
- Insights for Writing a Code of Ethics or Conduct
- Ethics and Compliance Programs: Questions Boards May Want to Ask
- Mitigating Third-party Risks Through “Full-spectrum” Compliance
- Building Tone at the Top: The Role of the CEO, Board and COO
- Managing Global Ethics and Compliance as an Asset, not an Expense
- Dual-class Share Structure: Weighing the Risks and Rewards
- Compliance Staffing and Resources Become a Risk Focus
- How Regulatory Change Is Impacting Third-party Risk
- How Boards Can Raise the Bar on Ethics and Compliance
- Third-party Compliance Risks: Is More Rigor Needed?
- Compliance Program Measurements Remain Elusive
- How Confident are CCOs in Their Compliance Monitoring Programs?
- Financial Services: Third-party and Counterparty Risk Issues
- Aligning Compliance Responsibilities with Business Priorities
- Compliance Programs: What Separates “Good Enough” From “Great”?
- How CCOs Can Address Emerging Compliance Risks
- Measuring Compliance Programs: Are CCOs Using the “Right” Metrics?
- Investment in Compliance Professionals Rising Too Slowly: Global Survey
- Compliance Trends Survey: Are CCOs Addressing the “Right” Risks?
- New Challenges Confront CCOs as Their Role Evolves
- Keith Darcy: How Boards Can Raise the Bar on Ethics and Compliance
- Compliance Trends Survey: Do CCOs Have Enough Authority?
- Ethics and compliance programs: Moving from "good enough" to "great"
- Should Enterprise Compliance Be Centralized or Decentralized?
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