• By Adam Turteltaub Veronique Roedolf, the Brussels-based Chief Compliance Officer at Solvay, was focused on developing and enhancing the compliance program.  As she shares in this podcast, the company evolved their efforts and developed what they call a “Four Cluster Compliance Program.” The clusters are: Protecting a Culture of Integrity A culture of integrity, as []
  • By Adam Turteltaub ESG, or Environmental Social and Governance efforts, may not be a mandate quite yet for healthcare providers, but already there are heavy demands for ESG-related information from regulators, the public and bondholders. As organizations pull together the data they need to report, says Rebekuh Eley and Rick Kes of RSM, it’s important []
  • By Adam Turteltaub London-based Keith Read (LinkedIn) is a longtime member of the compliance community and author of the book The Unconventional Compliance Officer: Doing Things Differently. He laments the fact that compliance officers spend their time “pushing”, as he describes it: pushing training, reminders, policies and so forth. That, he believes, leads to compliance []
  • By Adam Turteltaub Pharmaceutical and medical device companies use a number of methods to market their products. Among them, speaker programs get the most attention, often for all the wrong reasons. As Radha Inguva (LinkedIn), Director of Compliance, The CM Group explains in this podcast, while these programs are designed to educate the medical community they []
  • Lost Luggage

    By Adam Turteltaub There’s a fun site called Unclaimed Baggage filled with an amusing array of items all sourced from lost luggage. Fancy a new winter jacket? Maybe a signed picture of the magician David Copperfield?  How about a used iPad? You’ll find them all in great abundance. While we all know that things get []