Henry Engler

Henry Engler is Thomson Reuters‘ North American Regulatory Intelligence Editor in New York. He comes to Thomson Reuters after a decade in the financial industry, in which he served in roles as an executive or managing consultant overseeing compliance-related and other projects. These include projects in Dodd-Frank swaps reporting requirements, TRACE reporting, data requirements, tax and accounting matters, AML systems and employee transaction monitoring. He has worked for firms including IBM Global Business Services, Morgan Stanley and RBS Capital Markets. Henry is a trained economist and has also served as a financial journalist and business strategy executive at Reuters. He has edited books on the European Monetary Union and the future of banking.

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Thomson Reuters’ Henry Engler compiles guidance from the Chief Compliance Officers at Volkswagen, Novartis and Tenneco – principles that transcend their respective industries and are universally applicable. Prompt acknowledgement of internal wrongdoing and transparency over the lessons learned from conduct failures were just some of the keys to a strong corporate culture cited in a recent wide-ranging discussion on what financial firms...

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Thomson Reuters’ Henry Engler shares insights from an interview with L’Oreal Chief Ethics Officer Emmanuel Lulin on the corporation’s approach and commitment to ethics. Leaders from all industries could take a cue from L’Oreal with respect to how to embed ethics into the fabric of the organization. Rapid innovation in the business world and an inability for regulation and law to keep...

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