Originally Published in Corporate Counsel | November 26, 2014 | By Sue Reisinger
When Mark Smolik, general counsel and chief of compliance at Exel Inc., wanted to be able to show the effectiveness of his company’s compliance program, he turned to the math department at his alma mater.
Smolik told CorpCounsel.com that mathematicians at John Carroll University in northern Ohio developed algorithms that show the company—and its regulators—the effectiveness of its controls. Exel, part of the DHL group, is based in Columbus.
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