Tracey Groves

Tracey is the Business Ethics and Integrity Risk practice Leader for the UK firm and also leads work on Trust, helping clients restore, build and maintain trust between business and society. She is the Chair of the PwC UK Gender Balance Network, focusing on gender diversity in the workplace. Tracey is a committee member on the Professional Standards Committee for the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in England and Wales (CIMA).

Tracey has over twenty years of advisory experience in PwC advising clients in the implementation of strategic change in areas of financial crime and business ethics, regulatory compliance and behavioural risk. She is a specialist in behavioural change, training design and development, facilitation and in improving organisational effectiveness in behavioural risk management. Tracey has published many thought leadership papers including “Ethical Business Conduct – the holy grail” April 2014, and publications on Tone from the Top and Codes of Conduct.

Recent projects include the design, development and delivery of a global training programme on Tax Transparency for a UK based Private Bank for 3,000 plus front line staff, addressing new skills, knowledge and behaviours as part of a large scale culture change project. Tracey is currently leading a behavioural change programme for a FTSE 100 mining company based in Latin America and is developing a cultural remediation programme for the client, including values-based leadership development and education, communications and engagement, performance management controls and behavioural risk metrics.

Amongst my many projects, she has led complex training and executive development programmes for global clients focusing on anti-bribery and corruption, and fraud.  She led the design, development, delivery of a global workstream on PwC’s largest change programme as part of a FCPA Compliance and Regulatory Project.  She has deep experience of financial services clients, including working with global banks to implement anti-bribery ethics and compliance programmes and delivery of peer reviews on financial crime for an investment bank.

Posted September 05, 2014 in: by smarzec

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