Practical, Country-Specific Strategies to Detect, Investigate and Mitigate Bribery and Enforcement Risks
Amid growing international prosecutions and penalties, anti-corruption compliance continues to evolve as a truly global endeavor. There has never been a more critical time to ensure that you are fully up-to-speed on new laws, regulations and enforcement priorities of key high-risk jurisdictions. As you seek to tailor your program to the uniqueness of each high risk market, benefit from a worthwhile opportunity to join your peers from the worldwide anti-corruption community. Stakeholders will convene to discuss the latest strategies for addressing “on the ground” realities and emerging challenges affecting your business.
Unlike other events, this program is dedicated to addressing the span of global anti-corruption challenges keeping industry up at night. Few events offer you the chance to ask your questions to government, industry and legal experts from across the world.
Deputy Assistant Attorney General Criminal Division U.S. Department of Justice
Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit Fraud Section, Criminal Division U.S. Department of Justice
Assistant Director, FCPA Unit U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Executive Secretary The World Bank Group Sanctions Board
Chief Compliance Officer International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group
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- Virtual Currencies and Blockchain Technology: Modus Operandi of a New Way to Hide Corruption – How to Restructure Your Compliance Risk and AML Strategies
- How to Minimize Corruption Risks with Consortia and M&A Transactions that Involve an Asset or Seller under Investigation
- Ethics Focus on the United States as a High Risk Market — Beyond Anti-Corruption: Ethical Responsibilities and Corporate Citizenship in a Post-Truth World
Phoenix Park Hotel, Washington, DC
520 North Capitol Street, NW Washington DC 20001