The Annual Meeting Place for the Global Anti-Corruption Community
Anti-Corruption Professionals from around the world attended to network and benchmark on how to address high stakes compliance and enforcement-related challenges. Back by popular demand, our 2020 conference will once again feature interactive networking and benchmarking formats.
New for this year, save your seat for a worthwhile opportunity to meet with select in-house faculty members, and discuss your questions and gain more best practices.
Compliance Brainstorming Sessions
Break out into smaller groups and discuss new, innovative compliance successes and lessons learned. Nothing is off the table! Bring your ideas, get feedback and expand your brain trust.
Legal Think Tank
Designed as interactive sessions on specific, hot-button questions, legal practitioners will delve into highly complex issues posed by recent case law, enforcement, policy and regulatory developments. Participants will work through some of the most pressing real-world challenges affecting government and internal investigations.
Special Industry Groups
New for this year, participants from industries that have been under the enforcement microscope will convene during one of the main conference breakout sessions for smaller-group networking and compliance benchmarking. Meet new industry contacts from around the globe, and exchange best practices for managing heightened risk factors affecting your industry.
Country Risk & Compliance Exchanges
Based on popular demand, we are pleased to announce that the acclaimed meet-ups on specific, high risk jurisdictions have been extended to allow for more discussion and Q & A. Participants will work through emerging issues affecting compliance and third-party management on the ground during dedicated breakout sessions over the main conference. We encourage you to save your seat before these exclusive roundtables fill to capacity.
Each year, the opening panel has been the highly anticipated “Year In Review”. Senior officials from the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission have provided key updates and have addressed audience questions.
Participants have benefited from an enhanced opportunity to engage in Q & A with senior officials from the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the highly anticipated closing session of the main conference.
Further details regarding the 2020 Town Hall will follow soon.
Benefit from face-to-face chats, network and benchmarking
A unique chance to delve into the current landscape of technology solutions, and how to leverage recent innovations for effective compliance and third party monitoring.
A series of rapid fire, hot button anonymous polling questions on third party risk. Benefit from a practical discussion of the polling results and key takeaways for your work.