From planning, to activation, to responsiveness, strategic compliance programs are critical in today’s business climate, with more recent laws and regulations presenting the growing need for companies to get their arms around all of their unique exposures.
Recently Kim Ferenchak, Oswald’s Executive Risk Practice Leader, served as a guest panelist for the Crain’s Cleveland “Compliance Trip Wires” Ideas at Dawn Series.
Here Ferenchak, along with fellow panelists Albert N. Salvatore, partner, Roetzel & Andress; and Gene Cahill, director, Grant Thornton, discussed the evolving issues facing companies today, including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, cyber security and privacy, negative publicity, lawsuits and legal fees, fines and health care reform compliance.
Key topics discussed include:
• The new compliance hot buttons, including laws, regulations and trends, and how companies are managing their risks.
• Solid advice and strategies for keeping up with laws and regulations to ensure compliance.
• Insurance Solutions Available in today’s market place
• What to do when your company hits a compliance trip wire.
The panel was moderated by Crain’s reporter Michelle Park Lazette.
To view Kim’s bio or to contact her directly, please click HERE.