Taped live at SCCE’s 2016 Compliance & Ethics Institute (so please excuse some background noise and elevator music), The Red Flag Group’s CEO and Chairman, Scott Lane sits down with Kortney Nordrum to discuss:
- Compliance changes through the last decade;
- The importance of certification and knowing your stuff;
- Measuring the effectiveness of your compliance program;
- The benefits of being positive-looking in your program;
- The development of outsourcing in compliance;
- Embedding compliance into the fabric of your business;
- The benefit of focusing on a few things, instead of trying to be a jack-of-all-compliance-trades;
- Using risk to prioritize your compliance resources;
- The biggest risk in the current compliance landscape (hint: it probably relates to money); and
- Challenging the CEO to join the compliance team.
Scott has over 15 years’ experience in legal, compliance, internal audit, export control, ethics and corporate governance, providing counsel and advice to senior management throughout the world in the development of legal and compliance practices.
Scott has worked as a senior director and general counsel in various multinational corporations in Australia, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, and has significant experience in complex compliance issues. Scott has worked in several industries, ranging from insurance to high technology. He has spoken at over 100 conferences on compliance in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, India, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar.
Scott is an avid writer, and has had over 100 articles published in leading newspapers and journals, including The Red Flag Group’s own Compliance Insider® of which he is the publisher and Editor-in-Chief. Scott has led training sessions on compliance, corporate governance, director duties, antitrust compliance and anti-corruption compliance in multiple countries. These sessions have involved small groups of less than 10 people through to sessions of over 600 people and involving entire businesses.
You can find Scott and The Red Flag Group here.