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EDU 380-185: The Compliant Organization: Best Practices for Leaders
Our compliance course is better than ever!
Learn what others have done to effectively manage risk enterprise-wide and how you can apply these strategies in establishing your own in-house compliance program. Whether you are an executive responsible for creating and sustaining an organizational culture that embraces compliance, or a manager charged with implementing compliance initiatives,
The Compliant Organization: Best Practices for Leaders
is a course you can’t afford to miss.
Your instructor is a former insurance company compliance manager who now works on the regulatory side of the industry. Come learn from her unique experience.
Establishing a Culture of Compliance
Define Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and explain its relevance to insurance regulatory compliance.
Describe characteristics of a healthy organizational “culture of compliance.”
Apply strategies for gaining senior management support for compliance measures.
Describe the factors that should be taken into account when creating a compliance committee.
List content items that should be included in organizational compliance and ethics plans.
Describe key aspects of organizational conflict of interest policies.
List content items that should be included in any records management policy.
Design communication strategies for educating your organization’s staff on compliance requirements and procedures.
Steps in Developing an Effective Program
Explain which federal and state requirements impact your organization’s compliance activities.
Detect “hot spots” that attract the attention of regulators.
Describe what a fully functional partnership between organizations and regulators would look like.
Access resources available to assist with you with compliance activities.
Quantify costs associated with compliance measures.
Acquire a good perspective in knowing your true compliance costs.
Implementing Your Program: A Long Term Investment
Methodically document and communicate compliance procedures and processes.
Design and implement a self-audit system and processes.
Identify common data elements required in the Market Conduct Annual Statement for P&C and Life/Annuity companies.
Explain the objectives of benchmarking.
Identify ways in which to benchmark audit results.
Identify follow-up activities in a compliance program.
One-Week, Internet-Based, Non-Instructor-Led Course
• More flexibility: start on the Monday of your choice
• Available all week: work at your own pace
Please register at least 2 weeks in advance of your desired start date.
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