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Compliance Survey

Compliance Survey

A strategic vision for compliance

A strategic vision for compliance

The continued enhancement of regulatory frameworks, coupled with increased complexity due to new business strategies, constantly creates new challenges for compliance officers.

Technological innovation and generational shifts are putting pressure on organizations to become more agile in order to avoid disruption or demise. Compliance leaders often speak of the need to “do more with less”. Never has that been truer than it is today.

By identifying and responding to shifts and trends in compliance early on, leaders can better position their organizations to move beyond compliance. In the future, the integration and automation of compliance activities will be imperative: to be ready for tomorrow, organizations must invest today.

To understand how organizations in Luxembourg are responding to this changing environment, KPMG surveyed chief compliance officers and senior compliance executives (collectively, CCOs) from major organizations across the Luxembourg financial sector regarding their compliance programs, activities and challenges.

The survey addressed the following areas: compliance governance & culture, policies & procedures, technology & data analytics, compliance risk assessment, and monitoring & testing. 

What progress are organizations in the Luxembourg financial sector already making and how can they improve their compliance journeys?

 

Find the answers in our KPMG Compliance Survey (PDF 6.42Mb).

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Executive summary

Executive Summary

How are organisations in Luxembourg reacting to the shifts and trends in compliance?

Key findings

Key findings

Operational integration, use of technologies, top areas of opportunity and much more.

Strategic vision for compliance

A strategic vision for compliance

The current environment has increased the need to develop a risk-based strategic vision for compliance.

Compliance Survey Results

Compliance Survey results

The survey addressed the following areas: compliance governance & culture, policies & procedures, technology & data analytics, compliance risk assessment, and monitoring & testing.