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    The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues of 2018
    (Recorded Webinar September 4 & 5, 2019) Join Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, as she presents her results on both Property & Casualty and Life & Health market conduct issues from 2018.
    The Insurance Compliance Manager’s Guide to Modernizing Complaints’ Management
    (Published January 5th 2018) An integral part of an overall compliance program management system, a sound complaint management system helps insurers comply with regulatory requirements, gain insight into operational processes involved in complaint handling, and assess the levels of consumer satisfaction.
    Leveling the Playing Field
    (Published November 1, 2017) As simple as the concept of Regulatory Change Management is, the challenges often lie in proper execution. Join Wolters Kluwer Compliance Consultant Barbara Boehler as she explores a potential framework for approaching Regulatory Change Management.
    Start accounting for CECL
    (Published July 31, 2017) Commenting on the new CECL rules’ impacts on banks’ accounting practices, Wolters Kluwer characterizes the regulation in ICBA’s Independent Banker magazine article accordingly: “The whole purpose is to capture a truer picture of risk…throughout the enterprise.”
    On Demand Webinar: Regulatory Change Management – It’s More Than Just the Numbers
    (Recorded Webinar June 8, 2017) Kathy Donovan reviews the “numbers” and provides insight into the key components of a regulatory change management system.
    The CPM Edge: Why Compliance Program Management Is Right For You White Paper
    (Published April 11, 2017) Compliance failures during regulatory exams can come from a variety of sources, whether it’s incomplete requirements knowledge, a broken regulatory change management process, or just inefficient policies and procedures. This whitepaper details how an all-encompassing “Compliance Program Management” system can help you address such gaps, and ultimately achieve regulatory readiness and accountability across your organization.
    Why crime pays for most criminals most of the time
    (Published September 16, 2016) Law enforcement agencies seize less than 10% of criminal proceeds each year. This enables criminals to hold onto the great majority of their wealth and reinvest it in criminal activity. Nick Kochan takes a much closer look.
    Regulatory Sandbox firms still awaiting confirmation
    (Published September 7, 2016) Everyone has been singing the praises of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for introducing its Regulatory Sandbox but there has been a delay in announcing the first batch of successful applicants. The FCA started taking applications from firms on 9 May, the closing date was 8 July and it said it would release the names of those allowed to use it in mid-August. We are still waiting. Michael Imeson reports.
    Money laundering and criminal assets derived from human trafficking
    (Published August 30, 2016) Criminal proceeds acquired from human trafficking and smuggling are growing exponentially. International movements of people – forced to move by security concerns in the Middle East – are being exploited by opportunistic organised groups that once focused on the drugs trade.  Nick Kochan takes a closer look.
    Inducements: Are we now in the Nanny State?
    (Published August 30, 2016) The UK Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA’s) results from its thematic review on inducements and conflicts of interest carried out in 2015, was expecting to see a series of findings stating that firms could do better in some areas and should just be a bit more careful in future when it comes to accepting inducements. Martyn Oughton takes a closer look.
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