New “Policy to Practice” Series

As one of the cornerstones of the 2024 conference, we are excited to introduce our “Policy to Practice” series. We are unveiling new, innovative compliance discussions that are uniquely focused on the real-life examples of how companies are operationalizing DOJ guidance, policy announcements and more!

Mock Whistleblower Interview

Leading FCPA practitioners will engage in a mock whistleblower interview based on a real-world fact pattern! The panel will dissect the interview, and discuss the finer points of handling internal and external whistleblower complaints. Speakers will also discuss the evolving landscape of corporate and individual liability risks, whistleblower reporting and the prospect of more new rewards programs in other jurisdictions.

The Great Debate: To Disclose or Not to Disclose? A Debate on the Pros and Cons of a Voluntary Self-Disclosure

The gloves are off! During this spirited debate, a panel of former DOJ and SEC officials will argue for/against a voluntary disclosure. The debate will be based on a real-world, hypothetical scenario. Audience members will select the winning team using anonymous polling!

Post-Election Debrief

In the wake of the 2024 presidential election, we will analyze what is behind us and make predictions for the future of FCPA, compliance and geopolitical risk in the coming year – and beyond. Join us as we take stock of where we are, where we are headed and the impact on legal and compliance.

“What Would You Do If…?”

In this two-part series, these ever-popular sessions will take you through an anonymous polling exercise of “what would you do” when confronted with complex, sensitive compliance conundrums. Our panelists will reveal the polling results, discuss critical takeaways and offer practical guidance on how to maximize risk mitigation.

Government Town Hall

Back by popular demand, the closing session of the event will include the acclaimed “Government Town Hall.” Come with your most pressing questions for an open Q&A with senior officials from the DOJ, SEC, FBI, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

Dedicated Legal, Compliance and International Breakout Sessions

Customize your conference experience by selecting your preferred breakout sessions. Newly revamped for this year, the breakouts will allow you to expand your toolbox of best practices for the year ahead.

Anonymous Audience Polling

With a user-friendly digital polling system, participants will get the chance to respond to panel questions confidentially – an effective way to compare your compliance and investigations practices to your peers across the globe.

New Networking Hubs!

New for this year are our designated Networking Hubs where you can gather with members of your specific industry or meet with practitioners from a particular country/jurisdiction. Take advantage of the chance to make connections and plan a meet-up with the people you most want to meet!

Special Industry Group (SIG) Lunch Breakouts

Expand your industry-specific network and compare notes on managing the FCPA risk factors that are unique to your business. Limited seating is available, so be sure to reserve your spot!

“Birds of a Feather” Smaller-Group Roundtable Discussions

Our “Birds of a Feather” Roundtables are designed for attendees to engage in focused, smaller-group discussions around topics that are of unique interest to them. Take advantage of the chance to collaborate and compare notes with a group of your peers in a more intimate setting.

Women in FCPA Luncheon

Benefit from the opportunity to join our Women in FCPA Luncheon and meet and network with fellow women leaders in the anticorruption space. Make connections, exchange business cards, foster relationships and perhaps walk away with a new female mentor.

*by invitation only

Women in Legal & Compliance Breakfast

Kickstart Day 2 of the main conference with an invaluable networking opportunity during breakfast!

*by invitation only