Compliance Is Not A Game, But Learning It Should Be, Tech Veteran Says
Thomson Reuters Accelus – 8/15/2012
“The goal should be that everyone instinctively knows how a model business citizen behaves in a global environment,” Conde said. …he has discussed these ideas with other global leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Most of the attendees were frustrated by spending so much time and money on compliance training that just emphasizes minimum standards rather than aspirational goals. But Conde said he was frustrated by the attitude of some CEOs who don’t get the message, saying “they consider compliance training a tax rather than an opportunity”.
Accenture and Kravis-backed Fund Help Technology Start-Ups
Institutional Investor – 8/16/2012
Recently, FinTech mentor Cristóbal Conde, formerly CEO of SunGard, a provider of diverse software platforms and services to financial firms, joined the executive ranks of True Office-a move that exemplifies the benefits of the FinTech program.
True Office Appoints Executive Chairman
Compliance Week – 8/17/2012
“True Office, a start-up technology company that gamifies regulatory compliance training, has appointed Cristóbal Conde as executive chairman, effective immediately. FinTech Innovation Lab provided a unique opportunity for True Office to test its innovative approach to compliance training with senior leadership at a number of leading financial services firms,” said Maria Gotsch, President and CEO of the New York City Investment Fund.
Corporate Compliance Is a Game for Cristóbal Conde
American Banker – 8/24/2012
“As a CEO, I was frustrated by the courses we would have to put employees through. I saw [compliance training] as a missed opportunity. As a CEO of a firm you want to reaffirm core values, and encourage good corporate citizenship.”
- Cristóbal Conde