IICJ Paper Practical Steps and Approaches for Handling and Managing Regulatory Investigations Ifeanyi Uyanneh, Director, Compliance, Affinion International Limited, UK

Increasing levels of legislation across markets increases regulatory risks, including risks from investigations, for both firms and individuals. This is likely to require renewed focus on compliance as well as inevitable changes to business models. The concepts and approaches examined in this article aim to reduce the impact on firms and individuals in the event that they become subject to regulatory investigation.
Author
Ifeanyi Uyanneh
Ifeanyi Uyanneh works for Affinion International and is a Solicitor and Chartered Management Accountant. He is responsible for leading Affinion International’s European regulatory programme, and also advises on a broad range of commercial and corporate matters. Before joining Affinion International, Ifeanyi worked in insurance and banking. Ifeanyi publishes, and has made presentations at industry forums, on legal and regulatory matters, and won the ‘Highly Commended’ award at the 2010 Thomson Reuter’s/Complinet Annual Compliance Awards.
Company
Affinion International Limited
Affinion International are the international arm of Affinion Group, a global leader in providing innovative customer engagement solutions, with more than 35 years experience and revenues of more than $1.6 billion. Affinion Group has more than 5,550 affinity partners worldwide, and these partnerships include many of the world’s largest and most respected financial institutions, major consumer-driven corporations and Fortune 500 companies. Affinion Group provides a wide range of protection, travel, loyalty, and lifestyle products and has over 117,000,000 customers worldwide.
Country
United Kingdom More
Area of Law
Regulation More
Business Sector
Insurance More
Month Published
June 2011 More
Edition
Vol. 4, No. 15, Spring 2011 More
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