Richard H. Girgenti

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  • Thursday, April 17, 2014
    Editor: You mention in your white paper that there appears to be a convergence of regulations across international jurisdictions. Would you elaborate on this? How might this context ultimately help boards and senior management move beyond check-the-box compliance?
  • Tuesday, May 21, 2013
    Editor: What were the main findings of KPMG’s survey on risk management, and how big a survey was it?
  • Tuesday, November 27, 2012
      Executive Summary In a very challenging business world, general counsels (GCs) are being called upon to play a greater role in the running of companies, particularly in the management of risk. For now, GCs are accepted as people who need to sign off on significant decisions or get involved when there is a problem. But people are looking to...
  • Monday, August 1, 2011
    Editor: Rich, what kinds of corporate fraud and misconduct are most prevalent in your experience at KMPG, considering we're coming off one of the worst economic slumps in memory?
  • Sunday, October 4, 2009
    On July 28, Willkie and KPMG co-sponsored a special conference titled Tarp Enforcement: The New Regulatory Regime, featuring a keynote address by Neil M. Barofsky , Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program ("SIGTARP").
  • Monday, December 1, 2008
    Multi-national corporations and individuals doing business globally have reason to be more concerned and vigilant than ever about their business practices in foreign jurisdictions.For nearly 25 years, the U.S. enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) was the primary, if not exclusive, effort to investigate and prosecute bribes of foreign...
  • Sunday, June 1, 2008
    Editor: Over the last few years, we have seen an increased emphasis and focus by companies on corporate governance, risk management, and compliance. What do you attribute this to?
  • Friday, February 1, 2008
    Editor: The subprime and resulting credit-availability problems seem to be just the latest in a series of crises that have affected the capital markets. Can you draw any parallels between what is happening now and what happened during the financial statement problems at the start of this decade?