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Managing International Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policies

NAVEX Global (UK)

7 September 2017

London, England

Event Details

9:30 – 12:30pm
The Law Society, London

Join leading ethics and compliance professionals for a free-to- attend roundtable to learn how to develop and maintain robust anti-bribery and corruption policies across your entire organisation. Join us to learn how organisations are evolving their policy management programmes to meet today’s bribery and corruption challenges, get the latest anti-bribery guidance from DOJ and ISO standards, and gain best practice advice on how to mitigate key corruption issues at a local level.

To better protect your organisation from bribery and corruption risks, ethics and compliance professionals are adapting their programmes to follow the latest guidance on establishing global anti-bribery and corruption policies, procedures and controls. Learn how to imbed greater transparency within your business operations, document your programme to improve legal defensibility and protect your business from the costs, penalties and reputational damage associated with bribery risk.

Join the industry’s experts and compliance professionals at the Law Society:

  • Get guidance on how to manage anti-corruption policies on a multi-regional level
  • Understand the relevancy to your business of policy guidance from DOJ and ISO 37001
  • Learn from the experts on key local policy challenges such as gifts and entertainment, facilitation payments and engagement with government officials
  • Gain practical advice to evolve your policy management programme from our 2017 policy management benchmark report

Join us on the 7th September to network with your peers, gain practical advice from the experts and discuss the most important bribery and corruption issues affecting UK and international businesses today.