Manage episode 294150140 series 1051804
Guests: Ranjana Ramchandran, Senior Manager, Forensic & Integrity Services, Ernst & Young, LLP and Adam Ozgo, Senior Manager, Forensic & Integrity Services, Ernst & Young, LLP
In this podcast, presenters discuss the DOJ guidance on evaluation of corporate compliance programs, which came out in the summer of 2020. While state and local governments were dealing with the immediate impact of the pandemic, main Justice continued its longer-term campaign to strengthen corporations’ defenses against fraud.
There are three fundamental questions the guidance poses that companies can apply today in assessing and strengthening their corporate compliance program.
- Is the corporation’s compliance program well designed?
- Is the program being applied earnestly and in good faith? In other words, is the program being implemented effectively?
- Does the corporation’s compliance program work in practice?
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