Le métier de Compliance Officer est un métier clé pour les sociétés. Quel que soit le secteur d’activité, il est au croisement du droit et de l’opérationnel. C’est un métier exigeant dont la mission principale est de définir un tableau de contrôle compliance cohérent.

Stéphane Badey, Partner chez Arendt Regulatory & Consulting, revient sur la diversité et les challenges de la fonction de Compliance Officer.

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Stéphane Badey

Stéphane Badey is a Partner at Arendt Regulatory Consulting (ARC). Stéphane started his career in 1998 and acquired extensive experience regulatory and compliance matters in the fund management industry while working in the consulting practice of a Big Four company and as Director Compliance Europe for a leading asset servicing bank. He has specialised on corporate compliance matters, data protection and anti-money laundering regulations and he is an active member of the ALFI working group on AML/KYC. Stéphane holds a master degree in Private Law from the University of Dijon and a DEA in comparative Law from the same university. He also holds a Diploma in Legal Studies from the University of...

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