For the second consecutive year, ETHIC Intelligence is gathering professionals and international experts in the field of anti-corruption compliance to discuss recent developments across the globe on this important issue. Join us at the OECD Conference Center in Paris on September 11, 2017!
At 17:15, I will engage on a panel, From the law of silence to open dialogue, as described in the program:
“Richard Bistrong was arrested in 2007 for having paid bribes to foreign public officials. Since serving his sentence, Richard has dedicated his life to the promotion of anti-corruption compliance through his site, blog and participation in conferences which specialize in anti-corruption compliance. He travels the world meeting business leaders to share his experience and offer practical advice. “ We all have challenges in our lives and work, if we speak about them, we can address them together, and reduce the power and probability that they will lead to a ‘tipping point’ to the wrong side of ethical conduct.” The panel will be moderated by Philippe Montigny, President, ETHIC Intelligence (Paris) with co panelist, Robertson Park, Lawyer, Murphy & McGonigle (New York), and former DoJ Prosecutor.”
The full event program 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