Sharpening the Focus on Risk and Compliance Culture

Date: Thursday, July 9, 2020 | Time: 8 am PDT | 11 am EDT



Barbara Boccia
SVP Risk and Compliance
Wyndham Capital Mortgage


Shua Saaqib
Senior Manager


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Field of Study:
Management Advisory Services: 1 CPE Credit
Program Delivery Method: Online
Program Level: Intermediate
Advance Preparation/Program Prerequisites: None

As organizations are embark on a new wave of digital transformation, one area that is of priority is strengthening the focus on culture and mitigating the risk of misconduct. Culture drives reputation among key internal and external stakeholders including its customers, employees, partners and regulators. However, compliance and risk professionals find it challenging to reinforce the risk and compliance culture and the surge in corporate scandals and compliance violations very well amply reflect this. The management of conduct risk will need to be more thoughtful, with a centralized and “big picture” approach, and data will need to be used more strategically for analyzing, measuring, and assessing potential risk.

To find out more, join this webinar where our experts discuss:

  • Foundation for setting up a Conduct Risk Assessment Framework
  • Preventive and detective controls
  • Reporting and management of conduct risk
  • How technology can enable strengthening a culture of integrity