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.