This one day fraud symposium, hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors, Philadelphia Chapter, will include topics such as:
- Current trends in white collar crime
- Dealing with the audit committee during an investigation
- Third party red flags of fraud
- Compliance and fraud
- Interviewing the interviewers
I am looking forward to my presentation on Can A Risk Based Audit Process Miss Risk? A Journey to the “Dark Side.” The event page can be found here.
Improper oversight of your third-party relationships can cost your organizations millions. The headlines are filled with stories about recent litigation, corruption and data breaches which makes companies, on high-alert to focus on enhanced third-party risk management, stronger oversight, and heightened controls. Compliance Week and Financial Research Associates have joined forces and are proud to present the “2nd Annual Third-Party Risk Management & Oversight Summit” slated for March 20-21 in New York City. Listen to our senior in-house experts from various industries share practical tools and tips to navigate through the complex world of third-party risk management.
On day two of the conference, I will moderate a panel called, “Behind the Bride: Multiple Real-World Perspectives on How Foreign Bribery Occurs, Is Investigated and Could be Prevented,” with Gary Giampetruzzi, Global Vice-Chair, Investigations and White Collar Department in the Litigation Department Paul Hastings LLP, and, George “Ren” McEachern, Supervisory Special Agent FBI. In the session, we will address:
- Does a compliance program geared to the regulators mean that it’s understood in the field?
- How can a third-party risk-assessment miss risk, and the perils of ‘vetting and forgetting’?
- Is everyone in your organization vested in understanding the importance of anti-corruption compliance, including the unintended side effects of bribery?
- What do the recent changes in international investigatory and prosecutorial anti-corruption resources mean to your organization?
The website for the event 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.