Regulatory demands—both globally and in the U.S.— drove the initial need for the Chief Compliance Officer in the corporate realm. The function has further evolved over the years from focusing on acting in accordance with regulations to creating and sustaining a culture of compliance and ethics from the shop floor to the C-suite. The corporate compliance and ethics function today has a seat in the boardroom, working across functions to minimize bribery and corruption, increase data privacy and security measures, and drive employee compliance training, among other responsibilities. This survey was designed to gauge the main opportunities and challenges on the plate of the CCO today.

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