"Compliance Oversight: New DOJ and OFAC Expectations" published on the NACD BoardTalk Blog

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June 4, 2019

With the recent release of their expectations for corporate compliance programs, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) have provided a detailed roadmap for companies, their management and directors to follow in implementing and operating compliance infrastructure. In particular, DOJ and OFAC have made clear that oversight of corporate controls developed on the basis of robust and documented risk assessment, subject to testing and reporting to the board, is an essential component of governance.

In this article recently published on the NACD BoardTalk Blog, RK&O attorneys Audrey Laning Ingram, Michael Mann, David Massey and Jamie Schafer outline three key takeaways for the company and board to address in compliance policies.  

"Compliance Oversight: New DOJ and OFAC Expectations"NACD BoardTalk Blog