Gallocast - Episode 12: Halloween and Day of the Dead
Welcome to the GalloCast. You have heard of the Manningcast in football. Now we have the Gallocast in compliance. The two top brothers in compliance, Nick and Gio Gallo, come together for a free-form exploration of compliance topics. It is an excellent insight on compliance brought to you by the co-CEOs of ComplianceLine. Fun, witty, and insightful with a dash of the two brothers throughout. It is like listening to the Brothers Gallo talk about compliance at the Sunday dinner table. Hosted by Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance.
Halloween and Day of the Dead are just past us as the Brothers Gallo return for another Gallocast. Nick Gallo, in discussing SBF and FTX, emphasizes the importance of legal guidance and accountability in navigating complex ethical issues. He believes in the power of effective communication and strategic leadership in advocating for corporate ethics and compliance. On the other hand, Gio Gallo, with his focus on storytelling and advocacy, stresses the significance of securing budget allocation towards compliance and ethics from the executive suite. He believes a cultural shift within the organization involving a diverse group of individuals is crucial in addressing compliance and ethics challenges. Join Tom Fox, Nick Gallo, and Gio Gallo as they delve deeper into these topics in this episode of the GalloCast podcast.
SBF and Advice of Counsel defense. Where does the leadership buck stop?
RTW or WFH. How should an employer(s) approach this topic?
DS Disco- Why would 25% of the workforce write a letter to BOD asking them to fix corporate culture?
At what point should a start-up build out its internal controls? How about a compliance program?
How transparent should your whistleblowing process be with a reporter?
UM, the football program, is being investigated for electronic sign stealing.
What happens if a whistleblower allegation is made in bad faith?
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