Regulatory Compliance

Today’s organizations face unparalleled challenges, including an ever mounting list of financial and operational regulations. Monitoring and managing compliance with these laws can be time consuming at best, and often overwhelming to an internal resource or a financial group with a limited knowledge base. The costs of non-compliance, however, are substantial, ranging from significant monetary penalties to irreparable damage to your organization’s reputation.

At AC Lordi, we work with companies to develop, implement, and support cost-effective regulatory programs. Our expert consultants offer an efficient, risk-based approach to managing your compliance efforts helping to maximize compliance, safeguard stakeholder value, and protect your organization’s valuable reputation.

How can we help?

  • Compliance Programs and Reports
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Sunshine Act Reporting and Compliance
  • Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) Control Monitoring
  • Risk and Control Matrix and Identification
  • PCI Compliance
  • Health Care Provider (HCP)
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

Our Regulatory Compliance team has decades of experience in regulatory compliance, but more importantly we have extensive experience in current trends and laws, such as the Sunshine Act, Corporate Integrity Agreements (CIA), and compliance monitoring and controls. Our diverse client base consists of large international to small private companies and offers unsurpassed diligence that results in an unparalleled accuracy of data and quality of work product.

Meet Our Experts

Michelle Hayes, CPA, CIA, PMP, MST, CISA

Director, Risk & Compliance

Michelle is a Director with more than 25 years of experience in accounting, taxation, auditing, compliance and information systems and leads several key client engagements including GlaxoSmithKline, Fibrocell Science and Astea International. Michelle was a partner in Brogan & Hayes, Ltd., a CPA firm, where she managed business advisory, auditing and accounting services for businesses, local government and not-for-profit organizations. She served as an audit/staff accountant for Coopers and Lybrand. She was a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Widener University, is a member of the Accounting and Information Management Advisory Board, and has served as an elected member of the Widener University Board of Trustees. Michelle also is the Treasurer of the Philadelphia Chapter of Information Systems Audit and Control Association and a Past President for the Institute of Internal Auditors Philadelphia Chapter. She holds a Masters of Science in Taxation and a BSBA in Accounting from Widener University.

Phone: 610-738-0100 x173

Fred Heller, CISA

Director, Risk & Compliance

Fred has more than 30 years of experience mitigating control weaknesses associated with information technology and business processes. He has significant technical knowledge of information technology across multiple platforms, internal control frameworks, and the ability to team with all levels of personnel to develop feasible solutions to mitigate control weaknesses. He spent 7+ years as a technology consultant for Protiviti and Jefferson Wells, and managed an internal audit department for a healthcare provider. Fred holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Bloomsburg University.

Phone: 610-738-0100 x141