COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING ROUNDTABLES
- How to Demonstrate That Your Compliance Program is Efficient and Effective
- Collective Actions and Initiatives on Anti-Corruption: How Companies and Civil Society are Teaming Up
- Asset Recovery: Tracing and Recouping Embezzled Assets Following an Internal Investigation and Proposed Changes to Brazil’s Civil Code
- Spotlight on Anti-Trust: The Biggest Lessons on Negotiating with Competition Authorities
- Foreign Investment in Brazil: Interactive Discussion on The Evolving Landscape and New Risks for Local Industry
Benefit from smaller-group benchmarking on how to elevate a compliance program to version 3.0 via, with focus on best practices for multinationals under both Brazilian and international anti corruption regulations and legislation. The focus will be on how to enhance your compliance process’s efficiency (speed, minimum interruption to business agenda, having the right KPIs) and effectiveness (minimization of risk, detection and pro-active prevention of pitfalls, risk-ranking).
Participants will share practical examples of how large companies with a commitment to compliance are partnering with multiple stakeholders across the private and public spheres – in furtherance of enhancing the ties between business and civil society. The session will discuss initiatives involving the United Nations Global Compact and Transparency International, among others.
A new enforcement focus on the tracing, seizure and repatriation of assets for both sovereigns and defrauded companies has come to the forefront. Roundtable participants will discuss what companies can do to go after stolen assets and proposed changes to Brazil’s renewed push for asset forfeiture.
Anti-trust infringements are a major source of risk for companies and individuals. That is why, during this session, participants will be able to share their experiences with dawn raids, cease & desist agreements, internal investigations, leniency filings and infringement prevention, while discussing effective measures to address the subject within their ethics & compliance programs.
Amid a new political landscape and the country’s anti-corruption drive over previous years, do local businesses and multinationals feel reassured and confident in Brazil’s fight against corruption? Have they regained confidence in its institutions? Can business be done that is not considered “high-risk”? Do your potential Brazilian business partners invest enough in their compliance program, and how can you know? When do you walk away from a deal? Get your questions answered here!