Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer Kelly Clark and Ethics and Compliance Specialist Juliet Schubert accepted the 2013 World's Most Ethical Companies award on behalf of Holland America Line and Seabourn at an event March 6 in New York.
What does CEO stand for?
CEO stands for Chief Ethics Officer (corporate title)
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In a related achievement, Mark Ohringer, the firm's global general counsel and chief ethics officer, was selected by Ethisphere as one of the "World's 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics for 2011".
Encourage disclosure of potential conflicts that should be resolved by the chief ethics officer.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Promoted to corporate vice president, global risk management and chief ethics officer was Greg Lewis.
Ideally, the chief ethics officer should report directly to the CEO or the board's audit committee.
Some say that in the company of the future, the whole senior management team will have a direct reporting line to the new supremo of the C suite, the chief ethics officer.
Before joining the Board's staff, he served as chief counsel to the executive director of the Securities and Exchange Commission, as director of communications for the SEC, as the deputy staff director and chief ethics officer for the Senate Banking Committee, and as chief counsel and legislative assistant to Senator Phil Gramm.
At my own firm, for example, we have hired what you might call an independent chief ethics officer, the dean of a business school.