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Monday, August 31, 2015

NAVEX Global buys rival in Georgia, growing clients by 50 percent

By Mike Rogoway

NAVEX Global, a Lake Oswego company that helps large organizations manage their legal and regulatory compliance, said Monday it has acquired a rival called The Network, based in Georgia.

Each company had roughly 500 employees before the deal, according to NAVEX chief executive Bob Conlin, who will run the combined business. NAVEX now has 12,500 clients altogether, including 4,000 new ones from The Network.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Portland Business Journal: NAVEX goes big with purchase of Atlanta competitor

By Malia Spencer

Ethics and compliance software maker NAVEX Global is buying Atlanta-based competitor The Network in a deal that will nearly double the Lake Oswego-based company's employee count.

NAVEX employs more than 500 people, with about 220 of them at its headquarters. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

NAVEX Global Acquires The Network, Inc.

Ethics and compliance leaders to focus on innovative solutions to meet growing industry needs

Portland, Ore. – August 31, 2015 – Ethics and compliance software and solution provider NAVEX Global, Inc. announced today that it has acquired The Network, Inc. The transaction creates the leading industry provider of integrated software, content and services in the ethics and compliance space, providing governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions to more than 12,500 organizations worldwide and 94 of the Fortune 100.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Don’t Let Bad Culture Short-Circuit Your Training

By Jaclyn Jaeger

A compliance training program is only as strong as the corporate culture for which its stands upon, and yet several cultural-related concerns that threaten to undermine training program effectiveness continue to persist.

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Monday, August 17, 2015

Amazon, Data, and Selling Your Culture Down the River

By Matt Kelly

Over the weekend I was sifting through a survey from Navex Global about compliance training programs, and came across what chief compliance officers consider the biggest obstacles to effective training programs: employee cynicism about corporate culture, and fear of speaking up.

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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Benchmark Report Shows Latest Trends in Training Programs

By Jaclyn Jaeger 

A new report offers benchmarking data for ethics and compliance officers looking to see how their training program and objectives stack up against their peers.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Managing Compliance at a Compliance Company

By Ben DiPietro

Carrie Penman, chief compliance officer at Navex Global, which helps companies manage their ethics and compliance programs, talks about the particular challenges that come with overseeing compliance at a company that provides ethics and compliance services.

Does being an ethics and compliance company raise the bar for your own ethics and compliance program?

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Toshiba debacle restates case for tone at the top

By David Bogoslaw

Companies are reducing ethics and compliance training for senior executives and board members at their own risk

Toshiba's tragic fall from grace is a cautionary tale of which all public companies should take note. It also serves as the latest warning about corporate cultures that set aggressive performance targets without also stressing the obligation for ethical conduct.

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Boards Cut Compliance Training, Despite SEC Scrutiny

By Melissa J. Anderson

Boards cut their own compliance training time by a third on average this year, despite SEC warnings that it will closely scrutinize gatekeepers such as independent directors, according to a new report by ethics and compliance firm Navex Global. Senior executives also cut back on compliance training.

According to compliance and legal experts, this may make it more difficult for boards to demonstrate to the regulator that they are committed to “setting the tone at the top.”

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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

They're Just Not Into Ethics

By Rebekah Mintzer

A company can have a top-flight ethics and compliance team, mountains of cash in its E&C budget and the most high-tech compliance monitoring systems around, but without sufficient training for employees, all of that probably won't mean very much.

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