From Tuesday, February 26th until Monday, March 4th, 2019, I will be speaking at a number of invitation only compliance conferences and forums in Singapore and Malaysia. If you would like more information on these events and to request an invitation, feel free to email me at [email protected]
SCCE’s European Compliance & Ethics Institute provides an invaluable opportunity to learn the latest practices for effectively addressing the wide range of challenges facing the European compliance & ethics community. Learn directly from experienced compliance and ethics professionals through both formal presentations and informal networking events. Help improve your compliance & ethics programme and develop your expertise in this growing and evolving profession.
On Sunday March 10th at 15:15 I will lead a discussion, “Biases, Nudges, and Habits: Insights from Behavioral Science to Foster an Ethical Culture” with, Enno Behrendt, Compliance Officer, Siemens Healthineers and Carsten Tams, Independent Consultant and Founder, Emagence. The full event site can be found here.
The debate regarding right and wrong conduct, of what is ethical, of how companies, leaders and employees are expected to behave is a hot topic. Current media enables a transparency that quickly reveal if the actual behaviour and operations are not in line with what is expected.
The Nordic Business Ethics Survey is a pioneering survey by the Nordic Business Ethics Network into employees’ views on ethics across multiple business sectors and job roles. It is the first survey of its kind and asks questions such as:
What types of unethical behaviors have you experienced or witnessed at work?
Do you feel comfortable of speaking up of a potential misconduct?
Does leaders and employees play by the same rules?
The results will be published in Oslo on 8 April 2019, and Stockholm on 9 April 2019 by Anna Romberg, Niina Ratsula, and Helge Kvamme, the initiators of Nordic Business Ethics Network (www.nordicbusinessethics.com), at an event arranged in cooperation with Institutet mot Mutor, ICC Norge – The International Chamber of Commerce, Forensic Risk Alliance and Mannheimer Swartling.
I am proud to announce with the Nordic Business Ethics Network, that I will present a key note speech at both the Oslo and Stockholm events, of which the conference sites and registration links can be found here.
Now in its 14th year, Compliance Week’s annual conference is a peer-to-peer event that spotlights compliance leaders and their programs. Set in the elegant surroundings of the historic Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C., past keynote speakers have included representatives from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice, Fortune 500 CEOs, academic thought leaders, and more. It is the premier event for corporate compliance and ethics, legal, and audit officers. On Tuesday, May 21st, 2019, I will lead and moderate a panel, “Training: Outside the Box,” with Forrest Deegan, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Abercrombie & Fitch, Cedrick Dubar, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Vovlo, and Matt Galvin, VP, Ethics and Compliance at AB InBev. The full event site can be found here.
As shared in the brochure, “Hear a firsthand and clear-eyed behavioral view of how bribery is rationalized on the front-lines of business and operations. Kick off the day’s discussion with a unique perspective encapsulating over a decade of experience with how bribery is confronted at the front lines of business, to bring value to current anti-bribery initiatives and third- party corruption risk mitigation. This real-life experience offers key learnings and insights into the other side of the FCPA and anti-bribery equation. This session will address the following questions:
- Is your compliance program calibrated to the real-world behavioral risk, which front-line personnel face in their work?
- Does a risk-based compliance program miss real-world risk?
- How can business leaders be inspired to become compliance champions?
The entire event link can be found here.