One Anti-Corruption Compliance Panel: Multiple Perspectives

On July 23rd, 2015 at the Hotel Kitano in New York City, The Network (www.tnwinc.com) hosted an Anti-Corruption Compliance Panel discussion titled “Why Anti-Bribery Programs Fail and How Compliance Must Evolve.” Cindy Curtin Knezevich, Vice President of Marketing Operations at The Network, along with Meagan M. Flores, Sr. Manager, Marketing Programs & Demand Generation, developed […]

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E-Discovery: If you can’t take the data to the tools, take the tools to the data

Today we welcome Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT Inc. (website), to share some of her thoughts on the challenge of international investigations and data collection/analysis. Given the challenges of discovery and data collection across borders in anti-corruption programs and investigations, I thought her experience and perspective would be of tremendous value.   I had the pleasure of […]

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The New Canadian Integrity Regime: Compliance Carrots to Join the Sticks

Today we welcome Kristine Robidoux, Partner, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP, for an analysis of the new Canadian Integrity Regime. As Canada has one of the most robust Debarment regimes which includes anti-bribery enforcement, I thought that a change in the Regime was worthy of additional focus. Thus, I am pleased to have Kristine join us again, and for […]

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Benchmarking Bribery & Corruption: Compliance Progress & Frustration

In 2014 I wrote about the Kroll and Compliance Week 2014 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Report, subtitled Untangling the Web of Risk and Compliance. I found the 2014 Report to be extremely relevant and engaging, focusing, among the conclusions, upon the peril of “vetting and forgetting,” link here. Accordingly, when the 2015 Report was recently released, subtitled How Companies Navigate Bribery […]

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