Compliance is a non-negotiable part of modern business life. But simply putting in place structures and processes to manage compliance is not enough; you also need to provide evidence you have implemented – and follow – these procedures. That’s where compliance audits come in.
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Gone are the days when site visits from auditors were the norm. Where it’s not possible to arrange site visits, the work that would usually be carried out on site will need to be replicated virtually. Otherwise, the completion of the audit may have to be delayed, putting your company at risk of incurring a penalty for late filing. Could innovative software, such as Secure File Sharing, be the solution?
Internal audit and compliance departments should be the closest of allies in the fight against regulatory breaches, poor governance and noncompliance. Here we explore why partnership is key to an effective governance, risk and compliance strategy.
For those organizations still struggling to foster a genuine ‘compliance-first’ ethos, how can you up your game? What is regulatory compliance in your industry and organization? What do you need to put in place, in terms of processes, solutions, guidance and technologies, to support a compliant culture?
As regulatory compliance obligations continue to multiply, achieving a clear picture of your performance around good governance and compliance is more important than ever. Here we look at the definition of compliance monitoring, and examine why it’s so important in today’s legislation-heavy business landscape.