MetricStream is pleased to announce its Annual GRC Summit 2017, at Washington DC, from June 4 – 7, 2017. This event brings together leaders and domain experts in Governance, Risk, and Compliance to debate and explore strategies and solutions that will meet the demands of a constantly changing and dynamic business environment.
On Day 1, I will moderate a panel, “Does A Defensible Anti-Corruption *(or FCPA) * Compliance Program Mean That It’s Understood in the Field?” with Laura Perkins, Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit, Fraud Section, Department of Justice, Sharie A Brown, Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP, James Lord, Shareholder with Inman Flynn and Former Chief, Corporate Fraud Task Force, U.S. Attorney’s Office, WDWA. The event site can be found here.
This year I will address the 2017 Oslo Anticorruption Conference (Antikorrupsjonskonferansen). The Conference is a unique collaboration between ØKOKRIM, Transparency International Norway, PwC, and Selmer. The conference focuses on international and national anti-corruption developments and will showcase the most important measures in the current anti-corruption work. The initiative will also contribute to strengthening cooperation between private companies, public sector, development organizations, NGOs and other relevant actors.
The anticorruption conference is organized for the fourth time on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 June 2017. This year’s conference will, as in previous years, provide a unique insight into current corruption cases, risk development in selected areas, regulatory developments, and specific topics for specialization, debate and learning.
The conference wants to contribute to important anti-corruption competency issues, and is appropriate for representatives of all companies and organizations that face corruption challenges and working to prevent and detect corruption, including:
– Private sector
– public sector
– Non-governmental activities (NGO)
– Welfare / aid organizations
The conference is non-profit and all proceeds from the conference will cover the costs associated with implementation. Anticorruption Conference offers professional expertise, inspiration and facilitates networking across sectors.
Practical information and registration can be found here.
Now in its 11th successful year, C5’s International Conference on Anti-Corruption – London Edition is where the anti-corruption community meets once a year in June. Key enforcement officials from the UK Serious Fraud Office, the UK Financial Conduct Authority, the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission, The Federal Bureau of Investigations, The UK National Crime Agency, cross-industry leading compliance and legal corporate counsel and their preeminent compliance advisors and defence lawyers will come together again for important networking and benchmarking on how to control corruption risks and respond effectively when problems are identified.
On day two I will engage in a panel “Double Act: What Are the Behavioral Drivers of Bribery and Whistle-Blowing.”
This interactive session will walk you through the psychology of bribery and whistle-blowing, through two real-world experiences, as moderated by Barry Vitou, Partner, Pinsent Masons, and Head of their Global Corporate Crime Team and the Regulatory, Investigations and Administrative law group Practice.
In this panel, Wendy Addison and I will share our real world experiences through whistleblowing and bribery, respectfully, and talk about what drives someone to take such risks, with unexpected outcomes. In addition, we will share with Barry how in our current work, how we see opportunities to foster a speak up corporate culture, which can not only serve to reduce the risks of corruption, but can also foster and inspire a workplace where values, ethics and integrity are embraced by those on the front-line of business. It’s a session designed to help you “get to what you don’t know.”
The full event site can be found here.
Today’s global business environment means having the right team in place to recognize and act on opportunities and mitigate risks, ensuring commercial success and increasing profit margins. Learn how to build your team, act on the latest trends, technology and policies, and plan your future in global markets at the “Your Future in Global Markets 2017 International Business Conference,” presented by FITT.
On October 4th, I will engage in a discussion on “A View from both sides: Why Corruption Happens and How to Shut It Down,” where I will share my experiences and offer important lessons on identifying, mitigating and corruption risk. Learn the dangers of how policies and incentives can create conflicting messages to employees, and how to reconnect and re-engage with employees before a crisis hits.
Presented with Sgt. Pat Poitevin, senior investigator with the RCMP, I will explore both sides of these contentious issues, and offer a unique opportunity to answer questions in this special Q&A. Everyone, no matter the title or job function, will take something new away from this presentation. The full event site can be found here: https://shrtm.nu/uBza