Regulatory compliance: Taking a proactive approach to assessing the effectiveness of regulatory compliance programs

May 2012
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Regulatory compliance: Taking a proactive approach to assessing the effectiveness of regulatory compliance programs

At a glance

Power and utility companies struggle to systematically identify, measure, prioritize, streamline and respond to regulatory acts like Dodd-Frank, the Clean Air Act and the Energy Policy Act, along with the promulgation of rules by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)/North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC).

Power and utility companies struggle to systematically identify, measure, prioritize, streamline and respond to established, modified and new regulatory compliance risks.

Regulatory acts like Dodd-Frank, the Clean Air Act and the Energy Policy Act, along with the promulgation of rules by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)/North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) continue to redefine the compliance landscape for the power and utility industry.