Is your compliance team tired of maintaining compliance and obligations registers in spreadsheets? Are they tired of trawling through email alerts from lawyers for changes to relevant legislation for your organisation?
A few months ago Protecht announced an innovative collaboration agreement with LexisNexis to deliver streamlined plain English obligations directly into the Protecht.ERM platform. This service provides a complete and practical obligations register for all relevant legislation for your organisation along with suggested compliance attestation content.
Updates and alerts are also automatically pushed through for review and consideration.
In this webinar, we demonstrate that when you have dynamic compliance content with a robust GRC management solution, you can make informed decisions about managing obligations. This is shown in the context of Competition and Consumer law obligations and Aged Care industry obligations.
In this complimentary webinar you will be introduced to:
Executive Manager Strategic Initiatives
at LexisNexis Pacific
Executive Manager for Strategic Initiatives at LexisNexis, Myfanwy is responsible for developing innovative, commercial solutions within national and global projects, through the application of deep customer insights and working with the legal profession, peak bodies and government agencies. Myfanwyof is a dedicated advocate of the “Rule of Law”.
For more info on LexisNexis, please visit www.lexisnexis.com.au/compliance
Chief Executive Officer at The Protecht Group
David Bergmark consults on a variety of market and enterprise risk management issues and is actively involved in the development and implementation of Protecht's risk management software (ERM and ALM).
For more info, visit our page on Protecht.ERM for Compliance Professionals
David Bergmark consults on a variety of market and enterprise risk management issues and is actively involved in the development and implementation of Protecht's risk management software (ERM and ALM). David started out in the audit division of Price Waterhouse in 1990, handling clients such as Macquarie Bank and Bankers Trust. By 1994 he was Risk Controller for Carrington Securities - a financial markets trading company. In 1996 David left Carrington to head up the Risk Management Department at IBJ Australia Bank (IBJA) where he was responsible for the development of all risk disciplines at the bank – market, credit, liquidity and operational.