Compliance Drill #3: How Much Third Party Due Diligence is Now Enough?

Decision-Makers Discuss How They Are Making the Toughest, Most Urgent Compliance Calls

November 29, 2018 9:05am

Eileen G. Akerson
Executive Vice President & General Counsel

Timothy Bridgeford
Global Head, Antitrust and Anti-Corruption Compliance
J.P. Morgan

Daniel Garen
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Danaher Corporation

Jeremy B. Zucker
Dechert LLP

Richard N. Dean
Baker & McKenzie LLP

Hear from proven leaders on how they are addressing pressing, time sensitive issues coming across their desks. Topics will include:

  • “Forced Marriages” with local third parties
  • Special considerations for vetting investors, partners, agents, distributors, sub-distributors and lower tier supply chain members
  • When to consider terminating a third party relationship over bribery suspicions: Anti-Corruption, contractual and other key considerations
  • How confident to be in your compliance decision-making, supply chain management, and internal controls: How to work through high stakes, sensitive and complex issues
  • When your “gut” leads you to doubt what’s on paper
  • Making unpopular decisions: How sure do you need to be before moving forward?
  • Justifying your decision to upper management