Corporate Monitor

Corporate monitors are appointed by judicial and regulatory government agencies to oversee a company’s operations and verify compliance with settlement agreements or orders involving corporate activities.  The corporate monitor must maintain independence as a third-party, assess the company’s compliance with the settlement agreement, report misconduct, violations of internal controls, corporate ethics or failure to reduce risk of recurrence of the company’s misconduct.




Spear & Jackson, Inc.


SEC v. Christopher Freeman Brogdon