Originally Published in Corporate Counsel | December 20, 2013 | By Rebekah Mintzer
Compliance is an important topic for in-house attorneys these days. With growing regulations and continuing expansion into new markets, in-house counsel and chief compliance officers at large multinationals must be particularly thoughtful about these issues. A new survey of chief compliance officers working for large companies reveals that many CCOs are grappling with the issue of having too few resources to deal with the substantial compliance challenges they face, and that they feel third parties they work with are not sufficiently focused on risk.
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