Data analytics and AI are playing increasingly important roles in compliance programs, and, for most companies, building those programs is mostly a solo affair, with a little help from law firms, consultants and a smattering of benchmarking against peer organizations. Matt Galvin, global vice president, ethics and compliance at AB InBev, thinks there is a better way. He is working to use AB InBev’s in-house compliance analytics system – called BrewRIGHT – to create a consortium of companies that will work together to build smarter, more effective compliance analytics by pooling resources. In a recent webinar hosted by AB InBev, and an interview where he was joined by Professor Ramesh Raskar of MIT, Galvin clarified some of the details around C2CRIGHT. In the first part of this two-part series previously published by our sister publication the Anti-Corruption Report, we look at why cooperation might be helpful in the anti-corruption compliance space and outline how the C2CRIGHT coalition will work. See “How to Make Data Work for You: A Conversation With a Law Firm’s Chief Data Analytics Officer and Its CISO
” (Jan. 31, 2018).