Regulations, ethics, and integrity are challenging the organization like never before. As government scrutiny and stakeholder demands for transparency increase, clients want to know if the organization is reputable, while business partners want to see a commitment to compliance and ethics. In many organizations, the role of the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (CECO) is taking on greater importance. Traditionally viewed as a compliance cop, the CECO is being called upon to champion corporate integrity, accountability, responsibility, values, culture, and ethics.
Corporate Integrity, a Leading GRC Strategy Firm, in association with MetricStream has developed a detailed research paper that will run you through the drivers that are demanding a change in the way the compliance and ethics department should function and the business process framework that organizations can adopt for managing compliance & ethics risk.