Whistleblower Provisions Regulation - White Paper - Deloitte Forensic Center: Whistleblowing and the new race to report - The impact of the Dodd-Frank Act and proposed changes to U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines

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Dodd-Frank Timeline, Whistleblower Provisions, CFTC
Final Rule Issue Effective Date Proposed Amendment
August 4, 2011 October 24, 2011 August 30, 2016
Dodd-Frank Timeline, Whistleblower Provisions of Secton 21F of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Comment Deadline Final Rule Issue Effective Date
December 17, 2010 June 13, 2011 August 12, 2011

August 2010

Deloitte Forensic Center's white paper suggests that the whistleblower rules proposed and finalized by Dodd-Frank have the potential to "increase corporate regulatory risks considerably and create a 'race to report' to the SEC."

In the paper, 10 bullet points outline the need for whistleblowing hotlines to detect fraud internally and ways to strengthen such a hotline, switching from reporting incentives to a day-to-day reporting expectation of employees, and methods for protecting whistleblowers.

  1. Tips appreciated - Whistleblower hotlines
  2. Don't get distracted by noise - Misused hotlines
  3. Is your hotline just lukewarm? - Attracting attention to whistleblower hotlines
  4. Carrots may help you hear better - 'Speaking up' as a part of day-to-day employee responsibilities
  5. Protecting those who serve - Whistleblower protections
  6. Communicate, communicate, communicate - Effective communication regarding whistleblowing
  7. Open wide - Barriers to whistleblowing
  8. What's in a name? - Whistleblower hotline titles
  9. When in Rome... - All whistleblower rules do not fit all companies
  10. A prepared and diligent response - Whistleblower strategies and principles


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