Run your compliance program like a business

The compliance function is expected to implement stringent controls to mitigate reputational and regulatory risks without impeding the growth of the business. Chief compliance officers now need to strike the perfect balance between being a business enabler and the protector-in-chief.

Anthony Dell, CCO of a publicly traded global alternative asset manager, applies strategic business principles to design, build, and execute scalable, efficient, integrated risk-intelligent functions and programs that are “run like a business” to enhance enterprise value.

KEY TAKEAWAYS:
Can the compliance function be seen as an asset rather than a cost center?
Managing the rising cost of compliance – both real and hidden
Managing compliance talent, career progression, and skill shortage
Putting it all together: running it like a business
SPEAKER PROFILE:

Anthony Dell, Executive Vice President and Global Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer for Ares Management, is responsible for the all regulatory risk management and compliance functions across the global organization, including U.S. and non-U.S. businesses. Before joining Ares in August 2011, Anthony was Chief Compliance Officer at Russell Investments. Prior to this, he served in various roles at Fidelity Investments, including legal, compliance, institutional relationship management, and product development.

Anthony holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy from Boston College, a J.D. cum laude from Suffolk University School of Law, and an LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law from Boston University
Law School.

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