our perspective

“Human-centered compliance recognizes that compliance is not an exclusively legal, regulatory or enforcement exercise. It is also a deeply human one. This becomes really important when we’re developing policies, shaping controls, creating trainings, designing compliance-related messaging, delivering reports to senior leaders, creating risk assessments, and conducting investigations. We need to connect with people, so that we can help them do their job while also managing risk”
– Zach Coseglia in the Anti-Corruption Report

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