Caroline has been working in the compliance industry for the past 8 years, most notably with Rolls-Royce where Caroline is part of the Civil Aerospace Ethics & Compliance team based in Derby.
In her current role, Caroline supports various internal stakeholders, advises and supports on specific areas of risk in relation to Anti-Bribery and Corruption.
Caroline has achieved a number of professional qualifications with the International Compliance Association and is very much looking forward to being involved in the judging process.
Why do you think the ICA Compliance Awards are important?
I believe the ICA Awards are an important event in the calendar, as they help recognise best practice, giving all the finalists involved, positive affirmation both internally amongst their own colleagues and externally to their clients and potential clients, that they are not only currently delivering compliance standards to a high level, but have the foundations in place to continue to build “best in class” future compliance strategies.
The awards are also an excellent opportunity to network and meet industry colleagues, progress established relationships and build new ones to further develop greater learning and understanding across like-minded individuals.
As a judge, what will you be looking for in entries?
When judging the Small Compliance Team of the Year Category, I will be looking for evidence of how the team has supported their wider business over the past 12 months across the various facets of compliance through effective cross functional working, delivering a greater level of understanding across your teams and providing clear guidance to ensure that a culture of compliance is adopted across the business.