4th Global Forum on
Anti-Corruption Compliance in High Risk Markets
Monday, July 22 to Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Washington Marriott Hotel, Washington, DC
Recent anti-corruption enforcement actions have involved business activities in Mexico, India, Brazil, Russia and other markets considered “high risk.” At the same time, new anti-bribery laws and enforcement tools have spread across the globe promising to raise the stakes for multinationals. As the global anti-corruption movement continues to evolve, a generic, one-size-fits-all compliance program not will be sufficient to address risks specific to different countries around the world.
Do you know what it takes to ensure the success of your global anti-corruption compliance program in BRIC and emerging markets?
What constitutes a high risk partner in India versus Brazil? How do you detect corruption schemes in Uganda or Russia? What does the investigative process look like in China as opposed to Mexico? How do you train employees to identify and report red flags in Ukraine versus Venezuela? These questions and others require multinationals to rethink anti-corruption compliance and adopt a more local approach to effectively respond to bribery risks.
That’s why American Conference Institute's 4th Global Forum on Anti-Corruption Compliance in High Risk Markets is designed to provide practical, country-specific guidance on screening third-parties, preventing gift s and entertainment pitfalls, working with joint venture partners, conducting internal investigations and other critical anti-bribery issues.
Gain insights into how to best mitigate anti-corruption risk and tailor your compliance program to reflect local anti-corruption regulations. PLUS, benefit from new country-specific panels on:
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Mon, Jul 22, 2013
Wed, Jul 24, 2013
Washington Marriott Hotel