Diana Newcombe


Articles:

  • Sunday, June 1, 2008
    How can a global company ensure that it generates a meaningful, international, compliance policy? Such polices need to be applicable across the corporate universe but encompass local differences adequately. This might seem to be a simple question but it often presents a raft of difficulties for compliance officers. There are several approaches to the design...
  • Tuesday, January 1, 2008
    As organisations set their global compliance agenda for 2008, key messages around, for example, adherence to corporate codes of conduct, anti-bribery and data privacy remain a focal point. In the UK a number of shifts are taking place that will shape the way in which organisational leaders and third party associates may approach compliance and the issues...
  • Friday, June 1, 2007
    Many compliance programs focus the bulk of their efforts on improving corporate compliance knowledge and redressing issues as they arise. This is, of course, a useful starting point but if a compliance program is to be effective in the long term, a structured methodology and clear set of priorities is required. Eversheds' approach is to address the...
  • Thursday, March 1, 2007
    Introduction
  • Friday, September 1, 2006
    In an environment where we are ever more dependent upon the Internet and email for communication, the existence of a destructive email virus or the proliferation of Spam can bring businesses to their knees and cause misery to users. Subscribers to email and Internet services are increasingly dependent upon providers for the use of appropriate filtering...