Angela Rodin is a principal in KPMG’s Washington, DC Risk Advisory Forensic Practice. Prior to joining KPMG in 2017, Angela served a top 10 pharmaceutical company for 17 years in a number of leadership roles including VP, Compliance Officer for global support functions, VP, Head of Global Investigations and Business Monitoring, Head of Global Internal Audit, and Head of Information Technology Audit.
Angela had responsibility for developing and maintaining comprehensive ethics and compliance programs, and providing assurance to the Board and Audit Committee on key risks, auditing & monitoring outcomes, and internal investigations. In her most recent role, she oversaw sensitive and privileged investigations, and optimized risk based, objective and proportionate monitoring of key business activities that give rise to bribery and corruption, commercial practices and scientific engagement risk.
Professional and Industry Experience
Angela brings experience and provides services with compliance, audit and investigations. Career highlights include:
Developing & implementing the strategy and vision for an integrated investigations and independent business monitoring unit to reduce risk and strengthen business practices of a $31.9bn organization of 101,000+ people in 150+ countries.
Reducing global monitoring costs by 46% and increasing assurance through a rigorous focus on key risks, business activities and a restructure of a supporting 3rd party co-source arrangement.
Successfully negotiating with the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) to replace a Corporate Integrity Agreement Independent Review Organization with risk-based internal monitoring, enabling $2.4m savings.
Creating and implementing the compliance program for a $1.7bn global business unit, successfully integrating risk management and compliance at the heart of the business strategy and service model.
Optimizing the global compliance program, related activities and partnerships for Finance, Human Resources, Legal, and Communications
Closely coordinating with the legal department, outside counsel and executive leadership on negotiations with the US Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, OIG and the UK Serious Fraud Office.
Initiating a global Information Protection program, in recognition of the emerging information security risk, and accelerating the creation of the Chief Information Security and Privacy Office.
Transforming the commercial, operational, financial and IT global audit groups into an outcomes-driven, client-focused team, providing strategic assurance to executive management.