World Bribery & Corruption Compliance Conference 2012

In a climate where prosecutions and investigations are growing exponentially, an extremely careful and considered approach to compliance is key and mistakes and oversights when dealing with compliance procedures and models could cost your organisation thousands - even millions!

This changing prosecution landscape and the introduction of far reaching multi jurisdictional prosecutions in Europe now presents even greater economic challenges and significant uncertainty.

By assembling together the top regulators, commentators and in-house compliance officers this Forum will provide you with guidance to equip you to deal with the ever increasing focus on anti corruption and an invaluable opportunity to share and examine perspectives on

  • Tips for Reducing Your Risks
  • Landmark Prosecutions
  • Specific Business Targeting Prosecution Trends
  • Prepare the Best Defensive Compliance Policy - Robust Models
  • Adequate monitoring
  • Preparing for the dawn raid
  • Ways to Mitigate Your Organisation's Position
  • Ensuring Third Party Compliance

     

43 speakers include:

  • Jeremy Carver, Board Member, Transparency International
  • Robert Barrington, Director of External Affairs, Transparency International UK
  • Jean-Pierre Mean, Swiss Attorney, President, Transparency Switzerland (tbc)
  • Senior representatives from: OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions; U.S. Department of Justice; Scotland Yard; TRACE International; Europol; the FBI and SFO.
  • Plus 29 in-house counsel & compliance officers

Event location

Address

Crowne Plaza St James, London, United Kingdom

Contact Info

Phone:

+44 (0) 20 7017 5503

Fax:

+44 (0) 20 7017 4746

Email:
[email protected]
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Event overview

World Bribery & Corruption Compliance Conference 2012

23 - 25 July 2012
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Event type:
Conference
Event starts:
23 July 2012
Event ends:
25 July 2012
Language:
English
Organised by:
IBC
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