3rd India Summit on Anti-Corruption

Monday, September 23 to Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Le Méridien Hotel, New Delhi

Anti-Bribery Investigations and Prosecutions are Increasing in India and Around the Globe.

Can your Compliance Controls Sustain the Heat of a Government Investigation?

Learn What it Takes Ensure Your Operations in India are Compliant with the FCPA, UKBA, and Indian Anti-Corruption Laws.

Heightened anti-corruption enforcement will affect more companies in India than ever before. Recent corruption investigations and news headlines including Oracle, NewsCorp, and Wal-Mart illustrate that corruption continues to be a serious concern for companies doing business in India. Considering these cases and the public outcry against corruption in India, it is imperative that companies fine- tune an effective and comprehensive anti-corruption compliance program. Now is the time to demonstrate to your employees and the enforcement agencies that anti-corruption is an important corporate objective that is taken seriously in India.

Happening for the first time in New Delhi, this highly-rated 3rd India Summit on Anti-Corruption will bring together leading anti-corruption industry experts and counsel in India for unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities. The agenda was developed after extensive research with domestic companies and multinationals doing business in India, and includes the most relevant anti-corruption compliance developments. The event will cover important topics such as:

  • Contrasting FCPA, UKBA, and Prevention of Corruption Act Requirements: A holistic approach to understanding the anti-corruption laws that impact doing business in India
  • Minimising Third Party Risks: Applying risk-based due diligence when vetting and selecting local agents, brokers, and distributors
  • What is a Bribe? Facilitation Payments, Speed Money, and Baksheesh – How to develop a policy to identify and prevent these payments
  • Creating a Culture of Ethics and Compliance in India: How to keep employees engaged in and adhering to your anti-corruption program
  • Fundamentals of Anti-Corruption Risk-Assessment: How to determine your company’s risk profile and design the right internal controls to detect corruption

Also benefit from:

  • Special sessions with The World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Transparency International, and I-Paid-A-Bribe
  • Case Study: Joint Ventures and Consortia – Due Diligence, Reps and Warranties
  • Interactive Benchmarking and Best Practices: How to ensure the success of your anti-corruption compliance programs in India

Enhance Your Experience with New Working Groups. In these comprehensive and practical working sessions, you will benefit from enhanced Q&A, case studies, and the exchange of hands-on practices to help you build upon or fine-tune your anti-corruption compliance program.

A TRAIN THE ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINER: A Practical Guide on How to Design an Effective Training Curriculum for Employees and Third Parties and Successfully Conduct Training in India

B Developing a Compliant Gift, Travel and Hospitality Policy In India: A Complete Guide on How to Balance Legal Needs with Local Standards of Entertainment

Register early to guarantee your place and take advantage of early bird discounts. Call 1-888-224-2480; fax your registration form to 1-877-927-1563; or register online at www.AmericanConference.com/AntiCorruptionIndia