The outstanding contributions that women make every day in the world of compliance will be celebrated and rewarded at the first-ever ‘Women in Compliance Awards 2014′ taking place in the capital in March.
The awards ceremony at 8 Northumberland, London on 20 March, organised by C5 and sponsored by Ernst & Young, BDO LLP and Amber Road, will represent and reward women from across the compliance sector, recognising the very best individuals, teams and initiatives and highlighting the united efforts of this innovative and dynamic sector.
The key highlight of twelve months’ worth of diligence, vision and commitment in helping to keep compliance at the very top of its game, the ‘Women in Compliance Awards 2014’ will be judged by prominent compliance and regulatory professionals from across the spectrum of the corporate, legal and professional services world.
The shortlisted finalists that demonstrate the excellence and wealth of talent within the compliance industry, will be announced and the winners revealed at the Gala Dinner and Awards Evening in London.
The 15 award categories range from Junior Compliance Officer of the Year to Compliance Specialist of the Year and Best Regulatory Law Firm of the Year to Inspirational Woman of the Year in Compliance.
Commenting on the forthcoming ‘Women in Compliance Awards 2014’, Sasha Molodtsov, Senior Business Development and Marketing Manager – Forensic and Financial Services – at BDO LLP, said:
“BDO LLP is delighted to be supporting the Women in Compliance Awards and, in particular, recognising the ‘Best Regulatory Law Firm of the Year‘ – providing audit, tax and advisory service to clients in all regulated industries. BDO is proud to award teams that share in its ethos of exceptional client service in the compliance and regulatory sectors.”
Martijn van Gils, Marketing Director EMEA, at Amber Road, said:
“As the world’s leading provider of on-demand Global Trade Management (GTM) software and solutions, Amber Road is a proud sponsor of the “Women in Compliance Awards 2014”. We are happy to support women’s day-to-day contribution in the world of this innovative and dynamic sector.
“By helping organisations comply with country-specific trade regulations, as well as plan, execute and track global trade, Amber Road enables goods to flow unimpeded across international borders in the most efficient, compliant and profitable way. Recognising the achievements of women in the industry, compliance and regulatory professionals from across the spectrum of the corporate, legal & professional services world is considered essential for Amber Road in order to help keeping compliance at the very top of its game.”
To find out more about the first-ever ‘Women in Compliance Awards’, please visit the website www.womenincomplianceawards.com or follow the conversation on Twitter @WIC_Awards.
Here is the link to the press release (PDF) with additional information: