In a recent interview with TechBullion, Brett Bultje shares his process on creating a culture of compliance.
"Compliance is not simply a legal requirement but also a competitive advantage for any company hoping to flourish in the financial sector. Compliance refers to abiding by the laws, rules, and policies that apply to your business, market, and sector. It entails conducting yourself in an honourable, responsible, and open manner in all interactions with clients, partners, lawmakers, and stakeholders.
However, compliance cannot be attained by merely checking boxes or completing forms. It demands a compliance-oriented workplace culture in which every employee values compliance and incorporates it into their routine tasks. In an environment where compliance is respected and trusted, it is not perceived as a burden or a restriction."
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