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This podcast features the latest interview in the areas of compliance, risk management and e-learning. Topics include ESG, AML, GDPR, harassment, FCPA, anti-bribery and more. Founded in 2004, VinciWorks is a leading provider of online compliance training and risk management software. With over 200,000 users across 70 countries, VinciWorks has established itself as the definitive authority in online compliance. VinciWorks offers a range of compliance and regulatory training courses on topics ...
 
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ESG - Environmental, Social and Governance - helps businesses measure their impact on the world. It goes broader than profit and loss and is more detailed than corporate social responsibility. Over the past year, we have fielded hundreds of questions on ESG. From how to get started to understanding how to choose the right ESG framework for you, bus…
 
In July 2021, HM Treasury launched a new AML consultation entitled ‘Amendments to the Money Laundering Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017 (MLRs)’. The planned updates, most of which are coming into force on 1 September, are required to ensure that the UK continues to meet international AML standards, whilst also clarifying h…
 
Keeping money launderers out of legal services has long been a priority of the SRA. In 2021, the SRA visited an average of 7 law firms a month to check on their money laundering systems. The majority were told to make changes to the way they work. Further, in its latest threat assessment, the National Crime Agency (NCA) estimated that at least 70,0…
 
Since Russia launched its invasion on Ukraine at the end of February, the west has imposed significant sanctions on Russia, Belarus, and Vladimir Putin’s oligarchs who fund his war. The rapidly evolving nature of the situation has made sanctions compliance an increasing challenge for businesses, but also one that is vital to understand and has prom…
 
The team at VinciWorks took part in a mental health and wellbeing experiment inspired by mental health advocate Rob Stephenson. In this experiment, we invited people to share their daily mental health score in their Slack status and then invited half of those people to post a mental health update, if they wanted, in a special closed Slack channel. …
 
After two years of social and financial pressures, and with the pandemic still prevalent in our everyday lives, not everyone is comfortable with returning to the workplace in person. Are your employees struggling with returning to the office? Are they anxious and uncomfortable? How are they doing mentally now that lockdown is over, and what impact …
 
In this episode, we focus on mental health in professional services firms. While we're taking law firms as a broad example of professional services, these lessons and ideas really extend to wider professional services firms. VinciWorks' Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin supports law firms in getting compliance right, and he has been speaking wi…
 
Happy fourth birthday GDPR! Since GDPR came into force four years ago, fines have reached a total of over €1.6 billion, with the majority of fines having been levied in the past 12 months. Also during that time, the UK left the EU, data protection regulation reforms were announced in the UK and the ICO appointed a new commissioner. On the fourth an…
 
Welcome to our new mini-series which is going to focus on mental health and wellbeing, particularly as we transition away from an era of covid restrictions and enter into a new world of hybrid working. In this episode, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson goes through the basics of mental health and wellbeing from a compliance perspectiv…
 
In this episode, Nick speaks to VinciWorks' CMO Yehuda Solomont to look at the trends in compliance training and what they mean. Yehuda has all the numbers and statistics at hand to give some real insight into the most popular topics, as well as other trends, such as the increased need for relevant training, how long a course should be and whether …
 
In this episode, we are joined by VinciWorks' Director of Global Compliance Sandy Erez. Sandy has been breaking boundaries in the field of compliance since the 70s, when she broke the school dress code to wear trousers of all things to her elementary school graduation. She shares how she got involved in the world of compliance and tackles assumptio…
 
In the final episode of our anti-bribery series, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson considers the evolution of bribery laws, and answers some of the bribery compliance questions you have been sending in. The questions Nick answers cover facilitation payments, how those who commit bribery are caught and more.…
 
Compliance failures cost the business in financial penalties, reputational damage, and even jail time. In this episode, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson takes us through the crucial elements that make up a successful anti-bribery and corruption programme for your business. Free anti-bribery resources: https://vinciworks.com/resources…
 
ESG can feel like a complex and confusing topic, from finding the right data to track to aligning to frameworks. Are ESG frameworks mandatory, or even necessary for ESG? Which framework is right for which industry and size of business, and what’s the benefit, or not, of aligning to a framework for ESG? In this episode. VinciWorks' Director of Produ…
 
At the heart of any anti-bribery programme is a risk assessment. Like any other risk assessment, the specific risks will depend on your business and industry. But risks can change over time. For example, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, medical supplies and PPE are some of the riskiest areas when perhaps they weren’t a few years ago. In this e…
 
Since Russia launched its invasion at the end of February, the west has imposed significant sanctions on Russia, Belarus, and Vladimir Putin’s oligarchs who fund his war. The rapidly evolving nature of the situation has made sanctions compliance an increasing challenge for businesses, but also one that is vital to understand. In this special episod…
 
In this episode, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson is joined by Head of the Anti-Corruption Division in the OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs Patrick Moulette. Patrick will draw on important anti-corruption and bribery cases and what we can learn from them, as well as the industries most vulnerable to bribery and c…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our brand new podcast! In this episode, VinciWorks' Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson and Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin discuss the basics of anti-bribery and corruption. Gary gives some insight on the warning signs and red flags to look out for and the need to go beyond tick-box compliance. We …
 
We are excited to announce the launch of our new podcast, Compliance 101. Our first series is all about bribery and corruption. Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson will bring you interviews and analysis, discuss the latest news stories, explore new regulations and look at what they might mean for your business. Learn more: https://vinci…
 
Whistleblowing is a fundamental part of good governance, and vital for any business concerned about their ESG score. But whistleblowing rules differ widely between countries, with the UK, US, and now the EU Whistleblowing Directive all mandating differing levels of protection for whistleblowers. In this episode, we review the whistleblowing regulat…
 
Implementing an ESG programme can seem like a daunting task. From reporting methodologies to external ratings, there's a lot to consider. In this episode, we look at the steps that any business can take to begin thinking about an ESG programme. Whether you have an extensive, carbon-heavy supply chain or are in professional services, ESG reporting d…
 
Despite the ongoing pandemic, compliance departments can still enter the new year with a sense, if not an outline, of what should be on their agenda in 2022. Preparing for rapid, sudden changes in 2022, from new Covid-19 variants to supply chain problems or catastrophic climate events, should still be high on every compliance officer’s agenda. But …
 
In the first criminal prosecution of a financial institution by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), a litany of failings took place at NatWest which enabled black bin liners stuffed with cash to be deposited, literally bursting out of floor-to-ceiling branch safes. In this short episode, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson takes us t…
 
On 30 November 2021, HMRC published its draft UK Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDR) and released its consultation which seeks views on the design of the draft regulations. The consultation will be open until 8 February 2022. The UK MDR is expected to come into force in summer 2022, replacing UK DAC6. In this episode, we are joined by John Sandeman, H…
 
The UK recently hosted the UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP26. This summit is one of the most consequential climate events since the negotiation of the Paris Agreement in 2015 and was attended by world leaders, politicians, business chiefs, climate change campaigners and sustainability experts. In this episode, we’re joined by the UK Sust…
 
Following multiple delays, DAC6 has now been in force in most EU Member States since January 2021. Businesses across Europe are now reporting on cross-border transactions, with many still grappling with when, how and what they need to report. In this episode, Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin and Head of Legal and Product Research Ruth Mittelma…
 
In this episode, Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin and Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson will explore the regulatory agenda for the next few months and beyond. We will be covering changes to data protection regulations in the UK, proposed "failure to prevent" anti-harassment rules, tax evasion regulations in light of the Pandora P…
 
The UK government’s consultation on reforming data protection, launched on 9 September, sets out a radically different framework for data protection than GDPR. From re-orientating the Information Commissioner’s Office to new ways for businesses to process data, these far-reaching reforms are set to have a significant impact on businesses. In this e…
 
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and businesses begin to return to the office, companies are taking a variety of approaches to managing the transition. While some are staying at home for now and others have gone back full time, most are opting for a hybrid working policy. But many people are anxious, or at least conflicted, about returning to in…
 
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and businesses begin to return to the office, companies are taking a variety of approaches to managing the transition. While some are staying at home for now and others have gone back full time, most are opting for a hybrid working policy. While this might be a sensible and fair solution for the time being, havin…
 
A strong code of conduct is vital for employees to know what is expected of them. How do you ensure your staff are able to easily grasp your code and put it into practice without feeling overwhelmed or bored? And how do you succinctly cover topics as diverse as discrimination and harassment to bribery and cyber security? In this episode, we are joi…
 
In this short episode, we interview Sonia Zeledón, Hershey's Head of Ethics & Compliance, to explore how Hershey's, a global confectionary company, has gone about updating and sharing its code of conduct. Sonia shares why Hershey decided to update its code, the importance of branding and the inspiration behind unique innovations within their code. …
 
With the UK's COVID-19 vaccination roll-out in full swing, many companies are reevaluating their office policies and home working rules as legal restrictions are repealed. In this episode, our Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson explores some of the mental health aspects of returning to the office, sharing some ideas and tools to help m…
 
In 2017, the UK enacted The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations. Over the past few years, there have been a number of changes to these regulations. To help those governed by the Regulations navigate the ever-changing AML landscape, certain bodies have compiled industry-specific guidance. Two of those bodies are t…
 
With so much Learning and Development content around, it can be hard to keep up with what’s new and interesting in the sector. That’s why VinciWorks have reviewed what’s new in the world of L&D. In this short episode, we’ll help you uncover what the thought leaders and trendsetters are saying, all in one place. This means you can stay at the cuttin…
 
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for three years. During that time, fines have reached a total of over €280 million, the UK has left the EU and the ICO has announced that there will be a new Commissioner from October. On the three year anniversary of GDPR coming into force, we are joined by White & Case LLP's…
 
From the EU's upcoming Corporate Due Diligence and Corporate Accountability Directive to the FCA's Climate-Related Financial Disclosures and the SEC's new framework for ESG disclosure, corporate accountability is changing. During this episode, our experts will help you understand the future of corporate accountability rules, and how to stay on top …
 
The EU's Posted Workers Directive aims to ensure that employees sent (or "posted") from one EU country to another are granted the same working conditions as local employees. It creates a significant compliance burden for employers in the EU that regularly send employees to other EU countries. In this episode, our experts explore the extent to which…
 
The Criminal Finances Act and other global legislation have placed anti-tax evasion measures on the corporate risk and compliance agenda. The past year has shown us that tax evasion enforcement is only ramping up. Increased investigations, large fines and new laws have demonstrated that there has never been a more important time to ensure that ever…
 
In this episode, our Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin and Head of Legal and Product Research Ruth Mittelmann Cohen share the latest updates on the Mandatory Disclosure Rules in Argentina. They will look at what MDR means in Argentina, the timescales, the penalties and who needs to comply. VinciWorks' MDR reporting solution: www.vinciworks.com/…
 
In this episode, Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin and Head of Legal and Product Research Ruth Mittelmann Cohen discuss the OECD's Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDR). We look at what MDR looks like in the EU, UK, Mexico, Gibraltar and Argentina and give best practice reporting guidance. MDR reporting solution: www.vinciworks.com/mdr DAC6 resource…
 
In this episode, our Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin and Head of Legal and Product Research Ruth Mittelmann Cohen share the latest updates on the Mandatory Disclosure Rules in Gibraltar. They will look at what MDR means in Gibraltar, the timescales, the penalties and who needs to comply. VinciWorks' MDR reporting solution: www.vinciworks.com/…
 
In this episode, we were joined by Head of the OECD’s Anti-Corruption Division Patrick Moulette and Transparency International’s Global Business Integrity Programme Lead Britta Niemeyer. These leading international bribery and corruption experts discuss the challenges businesses face in building a strong anti-bribery and corruption programme in 202…
 
Gary Yantin is joined by VinciWorks’ Head of Legal and Product Research Ruth Mittelmann Cohen for our brand new podcast series covering the OECD’s Mandatory Disclosure Rules around the world. In each episode we will be covering a different country’s Mandatory Disclosure Regime or sharing the latest updates on MDR and DAC6. In this episode we look a…
 
As of 1 January 2020, all “intermediaries” involved in cross-border arrangements in an EU member state that meet certain hallmark categories are required to begin reporting those arrangements. Some businesses are fully compliant with DAC6 while others have only recently started preparing. VinciWorks has implemented DAC6 reporting systems for over 4…
 
Unexpectedly, and despite comments to the contrary, the UK has decided to repeal DAC6 and implement its own MDR regime. Until this happens, DAC6 still applies in the UK for Hallmark D. Considering that the UK has been a leader in the fight against corruption and tax evasion, its version of MDR will possibly be broader and even more stringent. In th…
 
DAC6 is a European directive aimed at reducing international tax evasion and promoting transparency. It requires any company that serves as an “intermediary” to a cross-border tax arrangement to assess that arrangement and report it to the tax authorities in some situations. DAC6 potentially creates a significant compliance burden for companies tha…
 
DAC6 has now been in force for over three months, with intermediaries and businesses in Germany already having to report historical transactions. Over the past 18 months, VinciWorks has consulted with international law firms, accounting firms, corporate compliance teams and tax authorities to help them grapple with the Directive and develop best-pr…
 
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