There are a lot of views about this concept, where it comes from, what's the nature of its contribution and value to the governance debate and why in the first place it should form part of a debate on matters of governance at all. I will choose to limit my perspective in this note strictly … Continue reading A Practical Take on 3 Lines of Defense concept: Compliance perspective
Developing a Capable Compliance Advisee In the true spirit of building a compliance capability that is in itself business value, what type of a stakeholder should be a recipient of a compliance advise (Compliance Advisee)? Key personnel is generally associated with senior leadership in a corporate set up. This is a key stakeholder in a … Continue reading Strengthening the 2 Way Compliance Advise Process: Compliance perspective
A fit-for-purpose Compliance Practitioner The compliance related challenges faced by, and the business needs requiring a Compliance Practitioner of the '90s are completely different to the compliance challenges and the business needs requiring a Compliance Practitioner of the present. Compliance as both a discipline and a profession is also evolving in a very rapid pace. … Continue reading Compliance Practitioner: Fit for Purpose
“Corporate governance is not a matter of right or wrong -'it is more nuanced than that.” - Advocate Johan Myburgh
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