Prof. Hernan Huwyler's slideshare discusses in detail five key actions that organizations can take to reduce compliance costs. These actions are designed to help organizations increase their compliance efficiency, reduce compliance risks, and lower compliance costs. The first action proposed by Prof. Hernan Huwyler is to designate local managers as compliance representatives in business units. This helps to amplify control while reducing the compliance function's structure. By designating local managers as compliance representatives, organizations can have a more effective compliance structure with fewer resources. Local managers can act as compliance ambassadors and help ensure that the organization's compliance policies and procedures are followed in their business units. The second action proposed is to quantify compliance risks and price potential claims, compensations, fraud, and revenue losses due to noncompliance. By quantifying compliance risks, organizations can better understand the potential costs of non-compliance and allocate resources accordingly. This can also help organizations prioritize their compliance efforts and ensure that they are focusing on the most significant compliance risks. The third action is to assign the testing of compliance controls to process owners and outsourcing service providers. This helps to distribute the responsibility for compliance testing and can reduce the workload of the compliance function. By assigning compliance testing to process owners, organizations can ensure that compliance controls are tested regularly, and issues are identified and addressed promptly. The fourth action proposed is to embed efficient controls in clearly articulated procedures. By embedding controls in procedures, organizations can ensure that compliance requirements are met consistently and effectively. Efficient controls can help organizations streamline compliance processes and reduce compliance costs. Finally, the fifth action is to add requirements for compliance skills when recruiting legal and financial managers in business units. This helps to ensure that compliance is a consideration when recruiting new managers. By ensuring that managers have the necessary compliance skills, organizations can better integrate compliance into their business operations and reduce the risk of non-compliance. In addition to these five actions, the slideshare also suggests other recommendations, such as delegating compliance consultations, audits, and due diligence, benchmarking the scope of risk assessments, and implementing policies to simplify wording and articulation of procedures. Additionally, the slideshare recommends coordinating actions with business units to assess, implement, measure, and reward cost reduction initiatives. By following these recommendations, organizations can reduce their compliance costs while maintaining effective compliance programs.