Some of the biggest mistakes made when handling a crisis are not dealing with the problem head on, thoughtless or insincere comments, lack of communication with stakeholders, unprepared spokespeople, getting defensive after receiving backlash, or, sitting back and letting the problem grow. Domino’s, Sony, Samsung, BP, United Airlines, Equifax, KFC, are all good examples of companies who stumbled with crisis management. Organizations should study these crises and learn from the mistakes!
DOJ Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs
Tipsters have grown frustrated with the length of time it has taken the the SEC (“Commission”) to determine whether a tip warrants a reward.
With the help from a true friend, Tom Fox, I am entering the world of Podcasting. I will be developing at least three Podcasts per
Stuffed animals, loose bricks in basement walls, mattresses, caves, hollow tree trunks, holes in the ground, and safe deposit boxes have provided hiding spots.
Today, hiding assets may be a much more sophisticated endeavor, often involving investments, banks, and overseas financial transactions.
Investigators should consider using a defined process to pursue matters that involve a search for hidden assets and illegal payments.
This one day Fraud Symposium, hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors – Philadelphia Chapter, will include other topics such as: Fraud hotlines, Current trends in white-collar crime (FCPA, FCA, etc.), Investigation pitfalls, Third-party risk management, and Compliance and Internal Audit issues.