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Anti-Corruption Compliance: Lessons for Developing a Successful Programme in 2022

What makes an ABC compliance programme successful in 2022?

Join us for this conversation to learn how the regulatory views on the ABC compliance have changed over time, what were the key lessons learned on the journey, and what we expect will be needed to be ready for what’s coming next.

Hear guidance from experts on the essential issues currently impacting corporate ABC programmes in Europe and around the world, emerging best practices and gain practical advice on how to avoid common ABC risks.

Attend the webinar to uncover the following topics:

Assessing the current regulatory landscape – why regulators are moving from a policy-driven to a risk-driven approach

ABC as an holistic programme – the benefits of adopting an integrated risk management framework

Identifying external ABC red flags – understanding the appropriate level of third party due diligence

The cultural impact on corruption and bribery – behavioural risks and conducting subculture audits

Meet Our Speakers

Vera Cherepanova

Vera Cherepanova is a former Regional Compliance Officer and author of “Corporate Compliance Program.” Vera has worked on the ground in Eastern Europe, CIS and Russia, one of the key emerging markets. Taking her experience in addressing the cross-cultural challenges of ethics and compliance, Vera currently consults with international corporations, non-profits, wholesale and retail establishments, and small to large businesses, advising them on E&C programs. Vera speaks Russian, English, French, and Italian.

Michael Volkov

Michael Volkov specialises in ethics and compliance, white collar defense, government investigations and internal investigations. Michael devotes a significant portion of his practice to anti-corruption compliance and defense. Michael regularly assists clients on FCPA, UK Bribery Act, AML, OFAC, Export-Import, Securities Fraud, and other issues. Michael has extensive trial experience, and has developed a problem-solving approach to serve client needs. He represents clients in federal and state court, before the Justice Department and other federal agencies, and on Capitol Hill.

APAC (webinar re-play)

Thursday, 26 May

9 am BST | 6 pm JST

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