Douglas Kelly

Regulators, legal scholars, and businesses are urging organizations to develop a culture of compliance that aligns with external laws, internal policies, and increasingly, ethical values. Having a “culture of compliance” represents the next generation of corporate compliance and ethics programs. Despite its importance, there is no singular definition.

This guide explores what it means to have a compliance culture, and how you can build one.

The Six Elements of a Compliance Culture

Learn how to develop a culture of compliance that aligns with external laws, internal policies and ethical values

Not all effective compliance programs are built alike. The market, industry, risk profile, and corporate governance vary across organizations. As a result, businesses need to leverage and incorporate different elements to achieve a culture of compliance.

In this guide we:

  • Define what compliance culture is;
  • Explain the benefits of building a compliance culture;
  • Provide you with six ways to evaluate and build one for your organization.