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Women Leaders in Compliance and Ethics panel Pictured, from left, are Sarah Green, chief financial crimes officer at Vanguard, Susan Williamson, senior vice president and chief compliance officer at Endo, Robin C.V. Holts, senior counsel, assistant vice president and chief compliance officer, retirement plan services at Lincoln Financial Group, Maya Nayak, assistant privacy officer at Penn Medicine, compliance and privacy, University and Pennsylvania, and Alison Tanchyk, partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, at the Women Leaders in Compliance and Ethics event on June 12, 2019. Photo: Dan Clark/ALM

Networking within a business and setting a tone from the top down is an efficient way to make sure there is a culture of compliance, a panel of in-house compliance officers said Wednesday at the Women Leaders in Compliance and Ethics event at The Union League of Philadelphia.

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