Survey on Ethics and Compliance Function at Manufacturing Companies
Reflecting insights from 43 manufacturers, The Ethics and Compliance Function at Manufacturing Companies: A MAPI Survey (S-141) finds that the compliance function is expanding and evolving, and offers keen insight on the various aspects of a Chief Compliance Officer position and the function’s organizational structure, personnel, and budgeting.
The 49 substantive questions and related analyses provide rich detail on how manufacturers structure the compliance function. Most responses are segmented by sales group, further illuminating the different roles the function plays depending on company size.
The survey’s comprehensive analysis of the ethics and compliance functions at leading manufacturing companies provides instructive data on:
• The role of the Chief Compliance Officer
• Interactivity between CCOs and company boards
• The tasks consuming the most time, and major areas of professional responsibility, including expanding roles for anti-corruption management and global trade regulations
• Reporting structures and benchmarking of compliance personnel
• Budgeting and spending trends, and where companies are focusing limited dollars
• The top five challenges facing compliance leaders