Shoot for the stars

Nailing a high-visibility target demonstrates that you’re serious about compliance.  Especially if he or she is a big money maker.  And especially if it is over violations of your company’s procedures.

“GAM Says Fund Manager Breached Policies on Gifts,” The Wall Street Journal, August 7, 2018 B10.  “[T]he star fund manager” also used his personal email to transact business for the company, and failed to follow other company procedures.

The company’s shares have dropped 44%.

Would you be surprised if your company did this?  What does that say about your culture?

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