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Webinar Recording: Navigating Return to Work Policies

The current international health crisis continues to place significant pressure on all aspects of every financial services firm’s operations, with both regulatory and official bodies struggling to keep pace with emerging risks. But most compliance teams are already thinking about what a return to work policy is going to look like.

In this roundtable discussion, Jackie Jacobs, Director of Operations and Chief Compliance Officer at VSS Capital Partners, and Amy Kadomatsu, Chief Executive Officer at ComplySci, discuss best practices around return to work policies.

Panelists

Jackie Jacobs

Jackie Jacobs

VSS

Chief Compliance Officer & Director of Operations

Jacqueline Jacobs is Chief Compliance Officer & Director of Operations and has been with VSS since 2004. In addition to her responsibility for the firm’s compliance program, she manages day-to-day operations and human resources.

Prior to joining VSS, Jackie held positions with The Boston Consulting Group and Credit Suisse First Boston. Jackie graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Economics.

Amy Kadomatsu

Amy Kadomatsu

ComplySci

Chief Executive Officer

Amy joined ComplySci as Chief Operating Officer in 2018 and was named President in December 2019 and Chief Executive Officer in October of 2020. She is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the company and execution of it’s mission.

A serial entrepreneur, Amy was the co-founder of Instabot, an enterprise chatbot platform that allows marketers to engage and convert their users through conversational bots. Amy was also the President of ROKO Labs, a product strategy and technology consultancy that works with global companies and VC-backed startups to accelerate their businesses and deliver award-winning experiences. She remains on ROKO Labs’ board.

Amy also has substantial FinTech experience. Previously Amy was a Managing Director at S&P Global, a Fortune 500 company. Prior to that, Amy was Chief Product Officer at the TheMarkets.com, a consortium of the largest financial services firms including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Citi, which was acquired by S&P Capital IQ for $300M.